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Old 08-28-2006, 01:33 AM   #1
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I've searched tech info..and i don't see a list of items needed to do a complete L67 swap into a L36 equipped vechicle of the same year..i know that many say it'* cheaper to get an SSEi than to swap but i want to keep my car, i just want boost. Turbo would cost me more and after much reasearch and questioning i have decided that swapping a L67 into my car and working from there is my best bet.

say i were to get a L67 motor and a 4560E hd trans for my 97 SE

i looked at parts for both and all motor mounts and ac componets are the same

So technically all i would need is the following:

L67 Motor
4t60e HD trans
cv shafts for said trans
Spitter thingy for the harness to adapt the 2 sensors
PCM tuned for L67 for the year of 1997
FSM for the 97 H bodies

If this is correct please help me out..this is technically all i need right?

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Probably be easier to use a 97 cluster, and 97 wiring harnesses as well. that way it'* almost OE setup.
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You may have a 4T60 in your SE, but a 97 with an L67 will very likely have a 4T65E.
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