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Old 09-27-2015, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default 94 COUPE LS 6 MT PART OUT

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How many miles on the tranny?

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Tito does the front beam bracket(both) from a 94 fits a 92? I think they different from 91-93 and 94 -95.
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Even tho they have different part #s I think they work. Actually the way they have it on the dealers website, 91-92 is one and the other is 93-95. It could be that the difference is on the part that connects to the center crossmember. I've always sold them as 91-95 and never had a return or complaint. I do have them on the 94 coupe.
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Even tho they have different part #s I think they work. Actually the way they have it on the dealers website, 91-92 is one and the other is 93-95. It could be that the difference is on the part that connects to the center crossmember. I've always sold them as 91-95 and never had a return or complaint. I do have them on the 94 coupe.
The whole crossmember system is different 93-95 and won't accomodate the 91/92 without swapping over quite a few parts.

If the 93-95 crossmember system conversion is what the poster wants then he will need the front crossmember complete including PS bracket/mount and Alternator bracket/mount. I just went through all that in the past couple weeks.

Here's a picture of everything needed if you want to convert those bushing brackets from 91/92 to 93+:


AFAIK there is no piecemeal way to pull it off.

EDIT: I think the bore of the hole for the 91/92 Mount to fit into the bracket is different from the 93+ for the bushing brackets. I believe Alperovich wrote something up on it somewhere but I'm too lazy to search for it. (Something like 91-92 brackets work fine in a 93-95 but 93-95 brackets need drilled out for a 91-92.) I have both complete setups in the garage, I'll try to compare them tomorrow

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Rich, you have a side by side picture for comparison of the brackets?
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I don't have any 91-92 brackets anymore, sold out on those, so I don't have one to match it with the 93-95. I have 2 cars that still have them, 94 coupe and 94 sedan.
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I don't have any 91-92 brackets anymore, sold out on those, so I don't have one to match it with the 93-95. I have 2 cars that still have them, 94 coupe and 94 sedan.
Damn thanks for the update. If you do get some anytime please let me know.
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Rich, you have a side by side picture for comparison of the brackets?
Sorry for the delay tito, it was a lot of work to clear a path, retrieve, unbox and take pictures of these crossmembers.

There are various subtle differences in the brackets which I didn't worry about in this exercise because the final geometry looks to be about spot on between the two, but there is a difference in bore of mount holes. I bought complete crossmember assemblies because if I personally am going to use the newer brackets then I'm going all the way.

The 91-92 style bracket has a 12mm (12.214mm) bore and the 93-95 style hole has a 10mm (9.835mm) bore. I didn't try to be absolutely precise in these measurements so they could be +-.255mm or more.

That difference between bore holes makes sense because in 91-92 that point actually was a seat for the mount where in 93-95 the mount is actually positioned in the crossmember's center and those two side pieces are just dampers. This is how they got rid of the eerie rumble at 1100-1300 rpm I believe. (and therefore the poly filled "mounts" are probably re-introducing the rumble.)

Here is a visual:


So the 93-95 mounts will probably work fine IF a 91-92 buyer takes them to have the bore drilled to fit 91-92 mount studs.

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So thats the only difference? You just need to make sure that hole matches the 91-92 setup? i'm sure my mechanic would be able to make that hole bigger if thats the only difference.

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Sorry for the delay tito, it was a lot of work to clear a path, retrieve, unbox and take pictures of these crossmembers.

There are various subtle differences in the brackets which I didn't worry about in this exercise because the final geometry looks to be about spot on between the two, but there is a difference in bore of mount holes. I bought complete crossmember assemblies because if I personally am going to use the newer brackets then I'm going all the way.

The 91-92 style bracket has a 12mm (12.214mm) bore and the 93-95 style hole has a 10mm (9.835mm) bore. I didn't try to be absolutely precise in these measurements so they could be +-.255mm or more.

That difference between bore holes makes sense because in 91-92 that point actually was a seat for the mount where in 93-95 the mount is actually positioned in the crossmember's center and those two side pieces are just dampers. This is how they got rid of the eerie rumble at 1100-1300 rpm I believe. (and therefore the poly filled "mounts" are probably re-introducing the rumble.)

Here is a visual:


So the 93-95 mounts will probably work fine IF a 91-92 buyer takes them to have the bore drilled to fit 91-92 mount studs.

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