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Old 01-13-2009, 06:35 PM   #1
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Looking at the headers at 3800performance.com and all are for the 96+ bonnevilles... my question is that given that the block and most other parts are the same for all L67 (supercharged 3.8, ssei) motors... are the manifolds as well?

I work in a chevy house in the parts department... the number are different thru the years so stock are different NUMBERS but...

would a set of 96 headers bolt up like the stock ones would or am i just wishful thinking the idea???

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I'm going to say most likely no. I seem to remember some clearance problems with the cross over pipe passing over the transmission and touching a sensor.
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Definately not.

GM changed the motor and block in the non supercharged for 95 and in the supercharged for 96. This took the one cylinder of the series 1 (pre 95) and made it symmetrical with the other two.


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well crap lol

thanks tho... glad to kno so i dont spend the money and have headers that wont work

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