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Old 12-09-2008, 02:06 PM   #1
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im getting a 94 ssei this weekend with a blown motor, my question is, can i put a n/a motor in it and then put a larger pulley on sc??
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It had been talked about, and while the blocks are the same, you may tun into an issue with compression. the one guy I know that did it I believe ended up blowing the motor, but I am not sure.

Where are you located? If you are in the Northeast, I might be able to help you.
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im in NC, im getting the car realy cheap and its somthing ive wanted for a realy long time.
the guy says that its locked up, but i am deffinetly getting the car, how much do you think i can expect to pay for a motor??

also will a supercharger off a gtp work on these cars?? i can get one for 50 bucks.... how can i tell if its good or not??
thanks alot for the info in advance
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It depends where you get the motor from. Anywhere from $300-800 I've seend for a motor.

The GTP Supercharger will NOT work on the 94.

92-93 bonnevilles used the Gen 2 M62 SC on the Series 1 L67, and 94-95 used the Gen 3 M62 on the Series 1 L67. 96+ used a Gen 3 M90 SC on the series 2 L67, which is compatable with the 97+ GTP'*.

Basically no parts swap from Series 1 to Series 2.


You could use a bottom end from a 92-95 L67 motor, but would need to use your LIM, SC, TB, fuel rail etc.

And I asked about your location because I have a 68k mile 94 SSEi motor in my garage I am looking to get rid of for cheap, but shipping would be a pain.
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do you still have the cd player radios?? if so will one of the 7 band cd player work in a 98 bonne?
whear are you located??
also how about the door light housings??
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