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Old 01-21-2004, 05:07 PM   #11
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dbtk2 would be the one that would know about the gps
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the u bend is nowhere near the exhaust manifolds...i believe it is actually after the cat and holds the rear o2 sensor up top
You are correct, the u-bend is after the cat. The reason the manifolds are different is because the exhaust system is completely different because of the fact that the GP is on a smaller platform, so the h-body exhaust doesn't fit, and the w-body exhaust is too small for the h-body.

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Huh? What? I don't know anything about GP'*. Where would you get that idea at?

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r u gloating dbtk2??
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he'* playin dumb again
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Huh? What? I don't know anything about GP'*. Where would you get that idea at?

Just ignore the fact he has one of the fastest GP'* in the country.
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back on topic...when we dropped an 02 impala 3800 into a 96 SE, had had to use the 96 exhaust manifolds, egr, and fuel rails.
we also used the 96 throttle body for simplicity.

once you get down to it its pretty self explanitory
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When I got my engine replaced when I first got my car, not much had to be changed. In fact, I don't recall anything major that needed to be changed.
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what kinda of vehicle was it out of?
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I'm not too sure cause my dad did all the work.

I wanna be confident to say it was from a Buick. But that'* a lot different than an Impala. Different mounts and such.
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Huh? What? I don't know anything about GP'*. Where would you get that idea at?

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Oh gee... i don't know, it definately isn't the 3 super/turbocharged GP'* in your sig, no it couldn't be that... gee, i really don't know...

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