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This site is awesome! http://engine.firebirdv6.com/ All the little things are on here. Be sure to check out the history link http://engine.firebirdv6.com/3800history.html The series II is 11 lbs lighter than the series one? crazy. If your as obsessed as I am with trying to know everything about this engine you'll like these links.
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