The 95 */C is actually a Series I, The 95 N/A is a series II. GTP engines are Series II so they will need the whole engine harness and tranny. The 4t-60e or HD tranny'* were used 92-96. 4t-65e or HD were used 97+. the 65'* have more aftermarket support, but seem to fail a little more.
92/93 Supercharged engines had 205 HP, 4t60 series trannies, and a full OBD 1 eprom.
94/95 Supercharged engines had 240 HP, 4t60 series trannies, and a Hybrid OBD 1/2 computer. These are impossible to get chips for @ this point. But they have a slightly upgraded */C and TB.
92 N/A are EGR less and have a Metal manifold. They use fulcrum rockers.170HP OBD 1 Eprom Chips available. 4t60 trannies
93 N/A got the EGR back, and a plastic manifold. They use less restrictive Roller rockers, 170 HP OBD 1 Eprom chips available. 4t60 trannies
94 N/A Engine itself was unchanged, 170 HP but the Computer was the Hybrid OBD 1/2 system. Same thing as */C, no chips. 4t60 trannies
95/96 N/A 205 HP, total redesign. 4t60tranny Hybrid OBD 1/2 Computer
96 Supercharged have a Series II L67, 4t60 tranny, OBD 1/2 Computer, 240 HP.
97+ N/A OBD II computer, 4t65 tranny 205 HP.
97+ */C OBD II computer, 4t65 tranny. 240 HP
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