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Old 09-10-2005, 05:42 AM   #1
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What would that all take to do if i buy a reconditioned supercharger off ebay for $450 I know its alot of work but I'm up for it once i get my new job give me the details please...
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Most of those Ebay Superchargers are the latest offereing from the former Floz, perhaps the worst vendor we ever had here.

http://www.williamwren.com/floz.html

And it'* so much work, nobody has done it. There are MANY parts different. You're better off selling your SE and buying an SSEi. Next best choice would be a full drivetrain swap including engine, trans, wiring harness, and PCM.
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To do the complete swap, the best i have gotten on parts is $1600 for the parts will lists. And the engine had over 80k on it. For lower miles combo'*, I was quoted $1800-2200 for everything. Just looking at those prices, it is cheaper to sell and buy an SC one already (in my case, they never made an SC Lumina LTZ so I was stuck) The other thing you can do is wait for intense to finish their kit, which is expensive, or you can look into turbo kits, which are expensive as well. Either way you most likely like the results, but not the price.
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