Originally Posted by fuddyduddy121
Yes, there are differences. I believe that the injectors are in different places on the two engines. Also the */C engine is built to take the extra pressure, with stronger internal parts.
Yes I'm well aware that there would be obvious
external differences between the two. I did
ask "what are the differences internally between
supercharged & non-supercharged" engines.
I can't see GM casting two different blocks
for a supercharged engine option that produces
a mere 25-50 more ponies. However I can see the
possibility for enhanced heads, cam, oil pump,
pistons (compression ratio?), timing chain and
the likes. But who knows?
I may have an opportunity to purchase a low milage
93 SE L27 3800 at an excellent price. Having the
complete original but damaged L67 92 SSEi supercharged
engine I was hoping to combine the two to produce a
*satisfactory* replacement engine for the time being.
I'm looking for possible options here as there has
been some difficultly locating a good used L67 3800
replacement engine here locally. A feasibility study
if you will.
With this in mind, does anyone know exactly what the
internal differences are between the L27 & L67 engines?