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Old 09-23-2006, 02:55 PM   #11
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Wow, I thought only North America got the L67 (not including Europe where all there cars are shiped from here IIRC) I definatly want to see pics of this car, And lots of them
The Aussies never got the Series1 L67. Only the Series 2. But they call it the Ecotec, and their Series 2 is our L27 Series 1. Their Series 1 is our LN3.
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Old 09-23-2006, 03:23 PM   #12
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This looks soooo much easier to work on



Why couldn't we have that
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This looks soooo much easier to work on



Why couldn't we have that
Someone needs to get one of those covers, to.
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How did you work an air to air intercooler? The IC'* available here are all air to water.
FIT (Forced Induction Technologies) makes a plate that bolts under the SC alowing for the air to be routed through a FMIC or a much larger air to water IC than could ever be mounted under the M90 and still have bonnet clearance

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i have a buddy that wants to see if the whipple can be made to work with it on his 98 Riviera, the plumbing looks like it would be fairly easy in a FWD application
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We need pics of your toy!! Lots of them!!
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hey sorry guys, but i only get on the net evry once in a while. and at the moment i am on a friends computer...i will get pix up in next few days..sorry.. until then maybe check out (FIT) www.v6supercharged.com.au its our aussie L67 performance shop..
as for the questions. i am running standard cam, just the 1.9 ratio roller rockers& standard injectors, as you can see on my avatar the air-air IC plumbing, but air-air is very expensive compared to Water -air.
pix soon, prommise..Dave.
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America=needing these cars
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ok guys ive finally uploaded the pix... hope i did it right http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n30/vtpsi/
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Very nice pics VTPSI
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Nice pics indeed! After seeing your ecotec pics, I am wondering guys...about finding myself a base Camaro/Firebird with our series II and.....
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