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Old 08-16-2002, 01:56 PM   #11
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DeathRat: that can't be right...there was no supercharged motor availible for the early style Bonnevilles. It wasn't until the 92 that they offered the supercharged motor right?
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DeathRat: that can't be right...there was no supercharged motor availible for the early style Bonnevilles. It wasn't until the 92 that they offered the supercharged motor right?
It started being produced in 1991 to put into 1992 MY cars (SSEi and Park Avenue Ultra), I'm assuming.
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DeathRat: that can't be right...there was no supercharged motor availible for the early style Bonnevilles. It wasn't until the 92 that they offered the supercharged motor right?
It started being produced in 1991 to put into 1992 MY cars (SSEi and Park Avenue Ultra), I'm assuming.
GM starts making parts a year or two before they actually use it. Plus, this manual only states what years that particular RPO was in service & doesn't state applications for that RPO code. BTW: Most vehicles are ACTUALLY MADE the year BEFORE so they can be released to the general public that next year to meet the projected demand. So technically speaking YOU BOTH ARE RIGHT!
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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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I'll look into the P/N'* to see if parts carry over.
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