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Old 12-10-2006, 11:06 PM   #21
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series 2 motors are the supercharged and stuff right?
Both series one and series two can be supercharged.

They have the RPO code L67.
The series one L67'* were available from '92-'95, and the series two L67'* were from '96 to '03. After that they get replaced by the Northstar V8 (in the bonne'* anyways).
Don't forget that the Series 3 that went into the Grand Prix also got the */Ced motor, but the designation changed to L32
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series 2 motors are the supercharged and stuff right?
Both series one and series two can be supercharged.

They have the RPO code L67.
The series one L67'* were available from '92-'95, and the series two L67'* were from '96 to '03. After that they get replaced by the Northstar V8 (in the bonne'* anyways).
Don't forget that the Series 3 that went into the Grand Prix also got the */Ced motor, but the designation changed to L32
Already edited my previous post to address that. Didn't want to cause confusion
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so what the diff between each series?
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so what the diff between each series?
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the only problem with me buying a car is that i cant personally get a loan :( im not 18 yet! :(
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the only problem with me buying a car is that i cant personally get a loan :( im not 18 yet! :(
If the parents are trying to get you to get a new car, they could also be able to help out with the loan. If nothing else, in name only with you writing the checks
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does is show the difference in the series? i didnt see or couldnt tell
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If the parents are trying to get you to get a new car, they could also be able to help out with the loan. If nothing else, in name only with you writing the checks
we are poor, my mom lost her job a while back
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Wow, so does this mean the whole 6 page performance thread was for nothing?

Sounds like your car has some issues. If they are helping you out with buying a newer car, then convince them to help you locate another Bonneville. Explain the advantages (reliability, safe, good mileage) and good luck either way. If you're keeping this one for a while, at least give it a tune-up, take care of it. It should last if there are no major issues now...and save up for a newer car instead of pouring money into mods for this one.
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does is show the difference in the series? i didnt see or couldnt tell
SERIES 1 NA The 92-94 Vin L 3800 TPI made 170 Hp @ 4800 Rpms and 225 Ft Lbs @ 3200 Rpms Rpo L27

SERIES 1 SC The 92-93 Vin 1 3800 SC made 205 HP @ 4600 Rpms and 260 Ft Lbs @ 2600 Rpms Rpo L67

SERIES 1 SC The 94-95 Vin 1 3800 SC made 225 HP @ 5000 Rpms and 275 Ft Lbs @ 3200 Rpms Rpo L67

SERIES 2 NA The 95-05 Vin K 3800 II made 205 HP @ 5200 Rpms and 230 Ft Lbs @ 4000 Rpms Rpo L36

SERIES 2 SC The 96-03 Vin 1 3800 II made 240 Hp @ 5200 Rpms and 280 Ft Lbs @ 3600 Rpms Rpo L67
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