Beacuse on the N/A the cruise is vacuum actuated. When the cruise cont. would attempt to accelerate the car, it would be getting rid of the vacuum (due to boost), so basically it wouldnt work. The GT has an electric motor instead.hurddawg said:Why wouldn't the Cruise work?
Lets ask again...why not just get a GT motor/trans or just trade your LX in for a GT and a couple more bucks...the couple more bucks that it would cost to do all that extra work...plus with a GT you get the adjustable suspensionsmachan said:i am sure you could get one at the junk yard and rebuild it? or just buy a new one, probably would save alot of hassle if you really want to keep your lx.
No matter how you cut it, it would still be pearls on swine...Apollo-Soyuz 1975 said:I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm basically an anti-power windows/door locks/mirrors/everything else Nazi. I'd rather swap in a GT powertrain concurrently with some big suspension upgrades Plus, a DX with the GT powertrain would be lighter than a GT (no power goodies, no sunfoor, etc.)