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Old 09-24-2004, 11:39 PM   #1
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Will a series 2 3.8sc fit in a rear wheel car? I found a 80ish pontiac [same body as a monza] in excellent condition and thought it would be realy nice to have a 3.8sc in it. But motor mounts and transmission hook up might be an issue. What would be my challenges
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It would be a helluva trick. You'd do better to get an L36 out of an F body, already in the RWD configuration, then Turbo it.
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It would be a helluva trick. You'd do better to get an L36 out of an F body, already in the RWD configuration, then Turbo it.
Right. Assuming that you're fabbing up custom manifolds, your choices on what turbo to use are pretty big - pretty much anything that'll fit under the hood.

If you're going SC, your choices on what to use are limited to just what the L67 offers.
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