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Old 10-08-2010, 02:44 AM   #1
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Me too. Guess what, I don't anymore!!! I get bored very easily!! I will explain later but for now enjoy!!!
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Old 10-08-2010, 08:52 AM   #2
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Very pretty engine.
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So that'* an l67?
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So that'* an l67?
Its a version of that top swapped thing in your GP that you can't get to run for beans. :P
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ohhh ahrsh....nice looking motor man
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nice. waiting for the details
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nice. waiting for the details
x2. I knew you were looking. Looks like nice one ran up and jumped ya.
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For those looking twice and going huh? It has an Fbody intake on it. Mainly because it would be near impossible to do it any other way.
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Can't wait to see this happen! There was a guy who TIG-welded an aluminum intake manifold that bolted straight to the heads and then had an LS1 throttle body bolt up to it. He put that in his GN because GN-series engines were so much more expensive. With absolutely no mods to the block, he ran just under 12 seconds, IIRC. Turbos are awesome!
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Ever wonder what a GN would do with an L67?
Not really.
The LC2 has proven itself down into the nines on stock internals with a RJC block girdle.
I mean, if you're building one because you can't get a hold of a decent stock block, then sure, why not. But if you think replacing an LC2 with an L67 means its going to be faster, better, stronger, just because its newer, I think you'll be disappointed. But hey, its your car, so good luck!
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