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Old 12-20-2007, 02:14 AM   #121
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Those are some interesting pictures. I'm very pleased with the way the plug wires were. Are you going to keep it all like that?
the wires will go back to where they were. i like that routing. its a lil cleaner
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Old 12-20-2007, 02:17 AM   #122
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That'* great. It really is nice wiring! Also, I'm a bit confused about the 92 LIM with a Gen 3 supercharger. What makes that easier? What did you have before? I thought you'd need a 94+ LIM to get a Gen 3 supercharger to "fit."
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thanks on the wires

for the lim, it only makes it easier for me. i was going to swap the gen 3 and the LIM at the same time. the LIM is not necessary for the sc swap. and 92-95 LIMs will work. the 92s and early 93s were more of an open design. and supposively offer better air flow with less restriction. so by the advise of old threads, i bought one of the wide open early versions, at my local junk yard.
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You have just chained me to the junkyard... WHY?!!!
If I can find a good 92-93 LIM, I can swing mine over to the friend that'* converting his LN3 to an L67! I guess that would make it even easier on the transmission!
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Looks Good Wes... Have you driven it yet...

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Looks Good Wes... Have you driven it yet...
just about to head out to finish her up. just have the sc, fuel rail, vac lines, and sensor plugs left.
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WOW, i am impressed with the difference in the LIM.

i had no idea what porting 80 thou could do. i immediately noticed a difference. it most definitely woke up my eng.
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More Flow buddy... More Flow

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Old 12-20-2007, 07:22 PM   #129
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More Flow buddy... More Flow
yessirr,

but .080 seems so miniscule to me, idk.
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I know it doesn't seem like much but it does a good bit in terms of the area of the opening and the amount of air you can flow through that opening into the head...


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