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Old 05-20-2007, 10:57 PM   #1
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I have saw some post about swaping NA to a SC, from one car to another. I am wondering what cars GM makes that have SC that woud fit in my 92" NA, I am looking at to build a bad *** NA I have a 93 block from another Bonn. But I know me and I will want more speed. Thanks Mike
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What block do you have? If it'* not an L67, ditch it. The rods, pistons, and wrist pins are all different. So is the harmonic balancer.

You're doing a full swap of the PCM, wiring harness, trans, and engine, and axles so pick your year:

91-93 Gen 2 Series 1 (91/92 have odd heads)
94/95 Gen3 Series 1
96-2003 Series 2
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I am looking at to build a bad A$$ NA I have a 93 block from another Bonn. But I know me and I will want more speed. Thanks Mike
First off the amount of work that it take to make this happen is to much. I don't think anyone has done this type of swap on a S1 3.8 And you are aware buliding a bad A$$ N/A with a supercharger is not considered N/A right?

You should read this over too.


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Truth be told, selling your car and buying an SSEi is BY FAR the cheapest most cost-effective alternative, and it comes with many bonuses.
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First of all, that has nothing to do with the topic author'* car, since he has a Series 1, not a Series 2.

Secondly, that 'kit' has many hidden costs. It'* actually one of the most expensive alternatives in the long run. A full swap is cheaper, and a sell/buy an SSEi option is the cheapest option yet.
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Thanks for the clarification, sorry about the hijack.
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I thought a full sale and swap was going to be idea. Well I will pracitce on this car then maybe go for the plunge. Mike
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