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Old 10-14-2006, 01:27 PM   #11
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[ I think the best thing for you at this point is to buy a 95 FSM and a 96 FSM and a good meter.
I was going to say to just put the L36 topend on it....but I remembered he would also have to change the heads, or maybe he could plug the injector bosses?

There is no easy way to get this puppy running, and a low-buck and low-time option does not exist for this. OR IS THERE?

Wilwren, do you suppose there is a way he can use an S1 L67 harness & computer? Would the fuel and timing maps be compatible?

Ah hell, that'* still gonna take time and money to do....3

EDIT: Just saw the post that he has the correct PCM/harness for the motor. But is that going to be compatible with his trans?
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He'* kept his original trans, which is not the same gear ratio as the 96pcm. So yes, there'* a problem. Granted both the original and donor PCM'* are S2, but the LOCATION is different on where they're mounted and wired.

Heads are NOT swappable.

At this point, it would be far less headache and cost to sell that 96 motor and get the correct L36.
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i am keeping the motor and the car i just rolled it out of the grouge to day. and i am puting it for winter storige. and now it time for working on my truck, a motor swop out with the same motor becuse the pisons are bad and i only got the truck for only a mear 150.00 :P and i just ree did the brake lines, that only cost me $12.00 to redo the hole truck. and not i am siting for a motor. for the car i want more POWER,POWER I SAY POWER ....... this is my show myshow babby and racing maybe....
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I can't understand anything you're trying to tell us.
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I said i am looking for power for right now.. but for know i am looking for a motor for my truck is a ford F250 1989 v8 5.8 and i am haveing a hard time finding one cheep and that it runs too
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I am still looking for a wireing for my 95 bonneville sse. I got a supercharger motor from a 96 ssei bonneville, I did get the wireharnes and the pcm and I just need the wireing diogram for the motor side. and I do have the trans that been rebulte trans not that long a go, I do have the wireing diogram for the in side of the car and I just need the out side.
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This isn't a popular option here but it still is..
You can use your original pcm, wiring harness, and get a custom chip with L67 tables in it from www.gmtuners.com .
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On the Frankenbonne project, pcm location was totally different, similar to this one. I don't see that as a major problem. Merely a hurdle to overcome.

Get factory service manuals for both years and start the homework, since you have all winter you should be able to trace them all out on paper and come up with a plan.
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sorry for got that one of my friands work'* at a dealer and he is going to try to get the diogram for me... and when I do get them.. I will let you know and make copys for email. So if some one ealce need one thay just need to ask me and i will send it.
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