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Old 01-29-2007, 08:56 PM   #1
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I have found a Long block for a 95 Buick. Am wondering if all my series one parts will bolt up, or do I need series 2 stuff for it.
Am talking, manifolds, intakes ETC
here are the block and head numbers incase they help.
Heads are 2136, block is 24502441, crank is 2170. there is also a tag on the side of the block that is stamped 1340015d 030 010 020. I assume this is .030 overbore, .010 and .020 crank

This motoris on EBAY at moment and am thinkin if my stuff will bolt up could be a good buy for me.

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Intake and exhaust manifolds from a Series I will not bolt to a Series II, and vice versa.

Is the 95 NA or SC? A 95 SC will be fine.
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it doesn't say if it was SC or N/A. it is a NAPA Long Block, never been installed. thats why i gave block and head numbers as someone may be able to shed more light as to what it is and if I can use it.
They are askin $495 for it IF I remember correctly

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I don't know the part numbers, but if you got a link to the auction, I can tell if it'* Series I or II from the pics.
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That'* a Series II longblock.
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Series II. Your LIM runners won't all line up, nor will your exhaust manfolds.
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so would need new lower mahifold and exhaust manifold......anything else......tryin to work out if this could be a good option. Thanks

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You'd need a UIM, TB, air intake, accessory brackets, PCM reprogram to calibrate the MAF/TB combo to the Series I PCM, fuel rail, injectors probably...

Find another option.
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