i am looking for a engine for a 1998 2door saturn coupe sc2 4cylinder

Asked by Aug 20, 2012 at 12:32 PM about the 1998 Saturn S-Series 2 Dr SC2 Coupe

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i am looking for a engine for  a 1998 2door saturn coupe sc2 4cylinder

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1,545

Junkyard. Unless you want to assemble one yourself. If thats the case, I have parts of 3 engines in my apt. lol

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175

dude upgrade with a motor swap, im gonna drop the LE5 from the 06' Saturn Ion into my 95 SL2, itll give me 50 extra horses stock

1,545

Oh yes. Lets swap in an NA ecotec motor for moar power... I doubt you possess the skills to pull it off Josh.

175

watch me asshole

1,545

There's already been an LSJ swap, so if you want to be the first retard to swap in the 2.2, fine. btw, that motor makes 140hp ass hat. So you'll gain a whopping 14hp from it.

175

the LE5 with the 2.4l produces 175 naturally aspirated and since turbos add about 1/3 of the motors power ill be pushing 230 hp because ill turbo that motor... I have done my research so dont question me.

1,545

Ohhhh, the research. We'll be waiting for your turbo turd to rise up from your delusions of grandeur. And turbos add 1/3 of the power....mmmmm interesting stuff....

355

Nobody can say how much power their car has or will have unless they dyno it. That's like saying a car has 100hp stock, and buying a CAI makes it now have 115hp. Unless you dyno it then you're just going off of what you've seen other people do. I learned that the hard way. Example: I owned a 96 Firebird, then afterwards owned a 96 Camaro RS. Both had the same 3.8 V6 engine, yet the firebird had way more power. They were both SUPPOSED to have 200hp, but the camaro obviously didn't.

1,545

There are factory power ratings that the majority of cars will fall under, depending if they have been maintained properly. As far as Josh stating that he'll gain 1/3 of the motors power with a turbo, thats just a noob response, as you pointed out with the CAI adding 15hp. Nothing like ricer math to hype up an underpowered car.

I hope now, 2 years later, you extreme fuckung losers realize what extreme fucking losers you were two years ago hahaha

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