I believe there is complete compatibility from
89-98 but you must use 96-98 heads with a
96-98 lower intake or mod the intakes to fit the
heads, but it is an easy mod. You also have to
use the same year gaskets as the intakes are.
Big Bore and forged pistons, stock (forged) rods
High RPM NA use, baby!
:arrow: SC crank for sale probably, I could use the $$$
and you could use the forged steel crank strength!
:arrow: I have done lots of measuring and research, I
have found that the bigger bores on a V6 should be very
safe with the proper machining and such, my machinist
has done V6 blocks .060" over and it was great, more is possible.
:arrow: BV heads and a big cam to top it all off! 1.8 RR's
on top of that and the level 2 springs wil complete the pkg.
In the older blocks they had a few extra coolant holes running thru the block and head but a couple were 2 close to the cylinder on the heaad side causing the head problem in 96 they changed the design in 96-97 and futher in 98. Actuall the 98 block is identical to the 99 block minus the new top end stuff
hey guys, when i first got my car after i got it from my dad it had the SES light on and i took it 2 autozone and they said it had nine codes. My dad replaced everything or got it replaced and the light was still on. i took it back and they said im still getting 6 codes even though i got them...
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I'm looking for a proper wiring diagram for my instrument cluster/traction control
#5 fuse keeps blowing and it takes out my lights on my Emergency Parking Brake/OD part of the instrument cluster.
I have checked my Gauge cluster and it's fine so it must be a wiring issue.
I have the haynes book...