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Old 10-15-2003, 10:07 PM   #1
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did GM ever stop putting plastic upper intakes on the N/A series 2? like do the current generation ones still have them?
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Nope...but the Series III doesn't
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Which leads to the question: Will a Series 3 upper intake fit on my Series 2?
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but when im ready for my 2nd car the cars ill be able to afford wont have series 3. theyll still have series 2. im gonna make sure and get another series 2. ive grown to love it.
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Which leads to the question: Will a Series 3 upper intake fit on my Series 2?
NOT A CHANCE!
The Series III uses a totally different technology in it'* design. The bolt pattern is different, the fuel management is also drive by wire instead of manual cables too.
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