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Old 03-13-2006, 11:32 PM   #1
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LN3...

Now I know this is crazy, but hypothetically, what would it take to put a L32 in place of a LN3?

Now i know the ECM would be replaced, the engine wiring harness, the exhaust, the transmission, the suspension, the cooling system, the intake, new sensors..hmm..whatelse?
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They can help

http://www.l67swap.com/
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would you really want a $3000 motor in (no offense) that car?
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would you really want a $3000 motor in (no offense) that car?
haro...thats kinda why I added "completely hypothetical" in my first post.

No, i would NEVER put a (actually $5000) engine like that in my car!!!

not even if i had a million bucks...i just thought it was a cool thought....

but on the no offense part...i don't really care, i know the current condtion of my car, and i will maintain it to the best of my abilities (and budget) until its dying day.

but you have to admit, opening the hood of a car in my gen and seeing a N*, tell me that would not be a jaw dropper...huh?
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are we talking N* or L32 here
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are we talking N* or L32 here
OOPS, forgot i was talking about an L32 gen III supercharged and started talking about a 4.6L V8..lol

haha, well then would it be cool to see an L32 and not an LH2 N*, thanks for the correction...lol
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But anyways, no one has REALLY answered the original post yet.....
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IIRC someone did a L67 swap to that body style Bonne - You might want to talk to him about it.

It should basically be be the same as any L67 swap other then a few problems. The L32 has a returnless fuel system so you would need a L67 fuel rail and injectors. The L32 is drive by wire so you would need a throttle body adaptor and a L67 throttle body (or a bigger throttle body). You would use an L67 wiring harness and a PCM.

Hope this helps...
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John...research "Frankenbonne"

It'* possible to put a series 2 SC into a 90,... the biggest hurdle in that case was the torque axis mount holes and that hurdle disappeared when Randy looked to see what was entailed in making them and found them there.

89 most likely does not have them.

On an L32.. ?????

You need to do the research and figure out the dimensions and mounting points versus what you currently have.
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