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Old 03-20-2005, 02:08 AM   #1
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where might i find them....i have some ideas running through my head and these 2 items would really help me. I've searched with no results.

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if you go to gmpartsdirect and go to the catalog to search for parts for a se and a ssei they have some pictures of the assembly.
not the best thing but it'* something.
What are you thinkin about maybe we could help ya?
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I have the microfiche for 92-99 which contains parts explosions. You'll have to be a little more specific though (I.E. year, any specific internal system, etc). Once I know what you're looking for, I'll have to take a trip to the library to print it out.
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i want to know the exact differences between the 2 motors over all...i'm pretty sure the only piece they share is the block, balance shaft, and crank right? SO what would i need to swap mine over to the Inducted model...i know this has been debated time and time again but i thought about it...and i'd like to know just why this can't be done..i figured if i seen it myself i would just drop it...lmao

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So 97 internals, both SC and NA? How about heads? I'll assume that you are looking for part numbers as well to verify identical components.

I'll see what I can dig up for ya. Just send me your eamil address via PM and give me a day or so
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*BLING* You got mail.

I sent you 2 ZIP files (2.65M total) with parts explosions and part numbers for the block and head assemblies for both L67 and L36.

If you need something else specific, let me know.
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