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Old 09-15-2004, 05:10 PM   #1
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Does ZZ Perormance'* parts work on 95 SSEi'* even though they are specializing in GTP'*? I want the Tech Edge IAT Extension Cable and ZZP Hi-Lo Fan Switch. Could those or can those work for my 95 SSEi? Also where is a good place to get some Hi performance injectors or really good oem'* for a descent price?

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Does ZZ Perormance'* parts work on 95 SSEi'* even though they are specializing in GTP'*? I want the Tech Edge IAT Extension Cable and ZZP Hi-Lo Fan Switch. Could those or can those work for my 95 SSEi? Also where is a good place to get some Hi performance injectors or really good oem'* for a descent price?

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The IAT extension will work on yours, but a couple pieces of wire and 4 splices are cheaper. The Hi/Lo fan switch won't work without some modification. I suggest you do that one yourself like many of us do.

High performance injectors will gain you nothing. DrJay'* car was built for 350hp, and his injectors STILL aren't over-taxed. Changing injectors won't do anything for your car except tell the PCM to operate them at a lower duty-cycle. The PCM will still maintain the correct AFR.

DrJay is the best modded Series1 here, and he won't be needing to upgrade injectors for quite some time.
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I concur for the IAT extention. Just get some wire and splice away man. Hide the crimp connectors and such behind that plastic cover [no not the insulation ], that way it looks like a clean install.


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I'll wait untill I can get a hold of SSEi95 to do that stuff all in one day, we're gonna try to meet up for the light mod. Sometime soon I hope. Anything that'* good for my S1 car that would work off of here? That'* actually real beneficial?
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The internal Series 2 stuff won't mingle with Series 1. On the other hand I'm not sure of some of the other parts.
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The internal Series 2 stuff won't mingle with Series 1. On the other hand I'm not sure of some of the other parts.
I would have guessed if anything that the rotating assembly would be more probable to transfer. They have a totally different valve sequence so heads, cam, intake, exhaust and a few nick nacks surely won't. But if they have the same bore and stroke it at least leaves it open to "hmm." No idea though, never looked into it any.

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