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post #1 of 9 Old 09-28-2011, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Is ON3 HOTSIDE same on 87-93 and 94-95?

Want to see if the HOTSIDE is the same on both kits. Obviously same engine, different car. Didnt know if the had to change the headers, downpipe or anything for the SN kit.

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If differences, please list. And if anyone has used an SN hotside on a pre 93.


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No, they are not the same.

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no definitely not the same..
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For sure different, we have a customer on here that actually used the fox setup on his SN before we did the SN application. I think he mentioned that only thing he did was loose the swaybar and fab the pipe to the throttle body. We should have the SN kit stocked within 3 weeks and shipping, I would just hold off and wait for that personally. We changed the headers and pretty much all intercooler piping compared to the fox.
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What about a SN95 with a fox TB setup? just speaking hypeatheticlly.

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was just wondering if the hotside would work. it is the same engine other than the intake. Guess you have to compensate for accessories and engine bay design.

I think the foxbody has a rather large engine bay, which is why they probably had to make the sn 95 elbow.

I wonder if a 94 95 kit would work on a fox 302, maybe the downpipe would match up exactly?/

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I dont believe the accessories were in the way any different than the fox but the sway bar was. I have never ran a fox cold side on an sn car. We just built specific fox and sn kits to make it easy and I just havent tried to interchange any parts. The fox kit comes out of the inner fender slightly higher so I doubt its all just going to interchange or exactly bolt up.
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