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Old 05-20-2006, 12:17 AM   #31
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You can actually go up to a 3.73 FDR but 3.43s and 3.73s need a different set of chain and gears. So the only somewhat easy swaps are the 3.06 and 3.33.
But with a low end grunt engine like the L27, I would think the 3.06 would be optimal. Possibly the 3.33 but that may be pushing it.
i would love o do this, maybe when i get the 96-99 SSEi i will work on this car and do that..
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