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UPDATE just bought a bodykit from Anydys auto sport 24/05/12 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_Je7qHvYrE Heres the link to HIDs and LEDs i installed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4zhQPZs8i0&list=UUbDcdfGKbBsEEW-shsxlh0A&index=1&feature=plcp Having fun, Project car, rebuilt the whole motor, cleaned the tranny. 17" VOX Rims 205 40 17 General Exclaim UHP, Using nothing but full synthetic oil, Castrol Synthetic. Had the Head reconditioned at Arsenault Cylinder Heads Ltd in shediac,NB.CAN.


 


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How to Seafoam your vehicle (Also called Top Engine Clean)
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1994 Saturn SL2 Compression Test - Do I need to replace piston rings?
First time doing a compression test. Apologies for noob comments during the video : ) Cylinders 1, 2, and 3: 210 psi right away Cylinder 4: 170 psi After adding a capful of oil to each cylinder, they all go up to between 225 and 250, with the 4th cylinder at 235. The things I'm reading say piston rings are worn. The difference between the first 3 and the 4th is 40 psi. The difference after adding the little bit of oil is +/- 12.5 psi across all 4 (less than 6% variation, or 10% from highest to lowest). So the question is, is it bad enough to warrant an engine rebuild? I used to get 36 mpg freeway now I'm getting 30. Some of that could be due to other problems though. Comment away!





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1991 Saturn SL2 Sedan: 11.809 @ 116.488
Jeff Silva, Engine: 1.9L DOHC (LL0), Turbos: T3/T04e Tires: Mickey Thompson ET Drag


1994 Saturn SL2 : 13.100 @ 106.470
Carlos Ramos, Engine: LLO 1.9 DOHC, Turbos: Garret T3TO4B Tires: bf goodridge drag t/a's


1994 Saturn SL2 Nitrous: 13.650 @ 102.100
Bill Eppes, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Supercharger: None Turbos: None Tires: 205/50/15 BFG Drag Radial


1992 Saturn SL2 : 13.898 @ 95.660
jason yarbrough, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Tires: 195/55/15


1992 Saturn SL2 : 13.958 @ 95.340
jason yarbrough, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Tires: m/t slicks on that pass


1995 Saturn SL2 : 14.100 @ 99.550
Brian, Engine: 1.9L, Tires: 215/40/17ZR Nitto 450s


1999 Saturn SL2 Turbo: 14.145 @ 101.470
Jackal, Engine: DOHC, Turbos: T3/T04E .50 Trim Tires: Michelin


1998 Saturn SL2 : 14.520 @ 91.460
Green Monstah, Engine: N/A DOHC, Tires: BF goodrich


2001 Saturn SL2 : 14.731 @ 97.170
Wayne Fajkus, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Tires: 14


1997 Saturn SL2 : 14.769 @ 95.120
Mike Matson, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Tires: Street tires


1994 Saturn SL2 : 14.802 @ 91.640
Jon McCullough, Engine: 1.9 liter (Stock Internals), Tires: 205/50/15 Avid H4's (crappy)


1992 Saturn SL2 twin cam: 14.840 @ 96.650
Will Jackson, Engine: 1.9 dohc, Tires: 205/40/17 kumho(205/50 15 shaved bf goodrich for r


1991 Saturn SL2 : 14.870 @ 102.546
Jer Scantlan, Engine: 1.9L DOHC, Supercharger: n\a Turbos: n\a Tires: Falken Ziex Ze-512 205/60R15


1992 Saturn SL2 : 14.923 @ 94.550
Will Jackson, Engine: 1.9, Tires: 205/50 15 shaved bf goodrich


1992 Saturn SL2 : 15.092 @ 91.001
Alfonso Garcia, Engine: 1.9 DOHC, Tires: factory


1994 Saturn SL2 : 15.133 @ 89.290
ken holland, Engine: 1.9L, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: n/a Tires: 20-8-14


1998 Saturn SL2 : 15.505 @ 88.210
Jeff, Engine: 1.9L DOHC, Tires: Kumho Ecsta 712


1997 Saturn SL2 : 15.510 @ 89.479
Jim Davis, Engine: 1.9L Twin Cam, Tires: 195/60 Dunlop D60 A2


1993 Saturn SL2 Sedan: 15.520 @ 87.180
Aaron Dickerson, Engine: 1.9 DOHC LLO 119,000, Tires: BF Goodridge 195's


1995 Saturn SL2 : 15.600 @ 90.020
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