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Old 10-12-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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I found and purchased my new L67. It is out of a Park Avenue. What will have to be swapped from my existing engine to that for it to be ready? I was thinking oil pan, manifolds, and mounts? Are those correct and am I missing anything?
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I think the oil filter adapter is different.
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I can tell you exactly what to do if you tell me two things.

Year of the Park Ave
What you plan to put it into.



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Moved to General Chat. Lounge is a catch all for Non GM and Non Mechanical threads.
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Sorry about posting in the wrong section. It is out of a 99 PA and going in a 03 SSEi
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Not a problem. Doesn't take alot of effort to move things. We don't go ballistic here like some places. Just mentioned why I moved it.
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mounts, pan, rear manifold, i believe the one of the pulleys if not more are different, thats all i can think of off the top of my head right now.
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I think you will need to change the oil filter adapter. Check the new engine. If it'* a W-body adapter it will be long between the mount and where the filter goes. A H-body has a much shorter adapter.
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99 PA Ultra into an 03 SSEi Swap Info:

Definate swaps: Oil pan, oil filter adapter, oil pick up tube
Potential items (not 100% sure they are different): Rear exhaust manifold, evap items.

The rest should be identical. The 99+ had the same style of maf sensor/TB. It had the same longblock/supercharger/timing cover/flywheel/HB. Both being in the same class of H/G body, they both have the same accessories/pullies etc etc.
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A H-body has a much shorter adapter.
park avenue is a C body.
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