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Old 10-24-2007, 04:20 PM   #1
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how difficult would it be? ever been done before?

might be a side project im thinking about
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Old 10-24-2007, 04:26 PM   #2
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look up J-body swap on www.3800pro.com. At least one over there comes to mind. I also think Boosty met a guy who has one out by him.
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ive seen a twin charged sunfire. i forgot about that.

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i take that back, that wanst an l67 twin charged sunfire
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Seen four or five in various gens/models of J-body.
I think the older, boxy ones are easier, having a bit more room underhood...
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that would probably be the one id be interested in as they are very cheap
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The model that ran up until 93 (I think that was the last year for it), that came with the 3.1V6, is fairly commom as far as swaps go. It can also be done into the older ones with the 2.8V6, but it takes more work. The 93+ cars don't seem to be done at all.
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That would be one FAST ride. The weight / HP ratio would be awesome
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after some reasearch it seems like the 3.4 is an easier and more cost effective swap
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That would be one FAST ride. The weight / HP ratio would be awesome
Wouldn't handle at all ether
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