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Old 02-08-2005, 02:07 AM   #21
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So I could get that intake manifold for my L27? That would be friggin awesome and I could make a nice Ram Air setup.
That intake manifold is for a series 2, i've talked with the guy on clubgp.
They have done some crazy stuff with that manifold already.
http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.as...mode=1&smode=1
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what transmission are they using?

is the RWD manual or auto?
The 4L60 for manual. i dunno about an auto though.
4l60- is a auto tranny??
4l60-e is also a auto tranny
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the only difference between the 4L60 and the 4T60 is thet way the trans i mounted, one it tranverse and the other is longitudinal
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what transmission are they using?

is the RWD manual or auto?
The 4L60 for manual. i dunno about an auto though.
4l60- is a auto tranny??
4l60-e is also a auto tranny
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the only difference between the 4L60 and the 4T60 is thet way the trans i mounted, one it tranverse and the other is longitudinal
I hope you mean that in a general sense, cause theres alot of diffrent stuff going on in those trannys
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So besides the chassis issues and what not, you could use a 4L60 mounted up to an L36 to do a RWD conversion to a current Bonneville?
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Probably, somone did a RWD/Grand National Motor conversion in in a 97+ Grand Prix
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Yeah, I saw those pics. That'* a very cool project. I really think it'* about time we saw a RWD conversion for a Bonneville. I'm a few years and a lot of dollars away from any project of that magnitude.

But back to this intake... looking at the pictures, the Australians come up with some interesting designs, but it seems their basic intakes don't produce any more power than ours? Am I interpreting everything correctly?
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Stock for stock, hp at the flywheel is less in their engines. So, i guess there is no performance gain from thier stock manifold.
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