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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 12-31-1969, 08:00 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me if it'* possible to swap in a Series II when Series I was the stock motor? I'm getting ready to a MAJOR engine overhaul but before I do I don't want to waste the money on my Series I, there are just so many more parts out there for the Series II'*.
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go to

http://profiles.yahoo.com/deathrat64

e- mail him and ask for his info regarding this swap. He had a list that he shared with me in the past that covered a swap. may still have it.

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I would think you would need to swap trannys as well to handle the power. Plus a new motor would need a newer computer, you'd have to rewire everything.
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Thanks speedyguy, I e-mailed him. I have a feeling it'* going to be fairly intensive but what the Heck, it'* only time and money
I wouldn't do the swap without changing out the transmission and that is another reason for me wanting to do the swap. I use to have a '66 Chevelle SS, '68 Mustang, '71 '75 'and '76 Monte Carlo so this not being able to modify things readily is causing me great anguish. I NEED TO TINKER!!!
I appreciate the help guys.

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It can be done. I myself am looking into swapping out my series one L36 for a series II L67. There are millions of mods out there for the supercharged engine. If I remember correctly, the series II will swap out easily as far as engine mounts go. However, a new or modified computer is going to be needed.

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TRANSROMERS THATS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT GO FOR IT 170HP 205HP U DO THE MATH NO BRAINER
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Amy_Lynn has a car that was done before she bought it. She'* now running a 95 NA SSE with a Series II. I don't know if she knows the original owner, but we might be able to glean some info from her.....or any receipts that were left in the glove compartment!
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91-94 SERIES 1 / 95-03 SERIES II
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91-94 SERIES 1 / 95-03 SERIES II
That may be true for the Normally Aspirated (NA) but not the Supercharged (SC).

SC Series II weren't released until the 1996 Model. All 92-95 SSEi'*, SSE, and SE with the factory SC are Series I.
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