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Old 01-08-2007, 12:50 AM   #11
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basically just building a stock motor then? can i ask why u went the expensive route rather than throwing in a used unit?
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1992 Series 1 L67 had a different crank I do belive, the part numbers are indeed different, few other differences that you metioned above, my guess is its built like a 93 stock L67, the old crank and ect probably have a lower availabilty to a engine rebuilder, as stock is probably getting thin on the 1992 style internals.
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Warranty??
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basically just building a stock motor then? can i ask why u went the expensive route rather than throwing in a used unit?
this way i know what the motor has, no guess work that comes with a used motor since every thing is nice and new. im NOT going all stock, there will be some mods going onto this motor
Also they have a life time warrenty which acording to the warrenty card wont be voided buy the mods i put onto the motor (unless run without oil, or excesivly overheated)
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1992 Series 1 L67 had a different crank I do belive, the part numbers are indeed different, few other differences that you metioned above, my guess is its built like a 93 stock L67, the old crank and ect probably have a lower availabilty to a engine rebuilder, as stock is probably getting thin on the 1992 style internals.
From what I have researched, the 91-95 Series I crank is the same regaurdless of Model.. There are 2 casting numbers 7437 and 437 iirc, these are the same crank

Peter it looks like you are moving in the right direction

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yeah Matt. So there! :P
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Not quite how I meant it peter... lol

But when were were searching to see what we could do for Sandrocks car, we found that my 91'* actually had the exact same crank as his 93... That crank is still in the L67 Block sitting here.. From 91-95 The series I the LN3, L27 and L67 all shared this crank.. From what we could find the diffrence between the LN3 Block and the L27/L67 Blocks were a couple of bosses that were not drilled into the LN3 block that the L27/L67 had..

1990 used a diffrent crank as it did not have a One piece rear main..

We found it interesting that the diffrence was in the pistons and rods, Supposedly hardened pistons from the second ring land groove on up, and the use of a floating wristpin and bushing as opposed to the pressed wristpin of the NA...

Peter you let us know how its going..

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Oh Ya
Now the fun begins.
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I agree with Paul..

Fun it can be. Take your time and remove/clean the old parts you need to swap over. It can be a good time since you aren't under the gun for the car to be running asap.
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Peter are you gonna put the Better heads on?/
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