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Old 12-31-1969, 08:00 PM   #1
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'93 bonneville SSE with the I67 engine. all the headers i have found, are availible for the redesigned grand prix'*, but of course, not for my car =)

some help? thanks
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You have a supercharged engine? Is it the stock '93 or a newer version?
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if its a L67, it has been swapped, you lucky bastard. Yes, one company makes headers for the L67, "The Other Guys"

You can get them at http://store.clubgp.com

i want a L67!
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L67 has always been the designation for the supercharged 3800, from '92 on.
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no, it was not called the l67 when it was a series one engine.
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Ok, here is a page of GM engine codes up to 1995...
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whoops ok, i dont know exactly what engine it is code named. but it'* a 93 SSE non SC, series 1 3800.
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You will have to drill a hole but they will work.
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no, it was not called the l67 when it was a series one engine.
According to GM Canada, the L67 {Engine Gas, 3.8L (3.8-1), SFI, V6, Supercharged} was in production from 1991 to 2002 & desiginated by a "1" as the 8th digit in the VIN from the left. The L67 was a Series I & Series II 3800 SC engine. This info comes from my GM Service Parts Operations Manual from GM Canada'* Engineering Department & is Effective March, 2001.
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Guess the next question is can a new series 1 engine top half fit on an old series one engine and will or can you get the same hp. It would solve the series 1 sc blues.
I have a funny feeling it wont though. At that point might as well swap the whole thing.
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