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Old 06-07-2005, 09:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by nick *
What is a L67 engine, I thought the 3800 is all the same?
Many 3800'*.

Series I L67 - */C (M62 Supercharger - 2 versions used, one 92-93, and one 94-95)
Series I L27 - N/A
Series II L36 - N/A
Series II L67 - */C (Gen III M90 Supercharger)
Series III L26 - N/A
Series III L32 - */C (Gen V M90 Supercharger) *drools*
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thanks again for the welcome......
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