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Old 03-31-2005, 01:47 PM   #1
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Hey, I was wondering something. ON my NA Series I 1992, is it possible to slap on the Series I supercahrger without too much hassle? Has anyone done/tried this before? I happen to have came across a possible junker that has one in the yard yet and I was debating on if it woudl work or not....
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You cant slap anything on there. Are you able to swap the engines out? That would proably be your best bet
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Nope, you can't do that. If I even began to explain how impossibly hard it would my head would explode.

But actually, this is worth the read. I wanted to try that too.

The engine swap would be your best bet. Hopefully one day when I get enough cash and know-how I can swap a Series II L67 in my 89. *drools*
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its not been confirmed, or tried yet. there is a thread around here comparing the L27 and the L67 we are unsure about bottom end. at the very least you will have to beef up the trans
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its not been confirmed, or tried yet. there is a thread around here comparing the L27 and the L67 we are unsure about bottom end. at the very least you will have to beef up the trans
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It will bolt up and most likely you'll need a 92 L67 chip, secondary belt drive and misc. mounts.
It'* not so much that it can't be done it'* just that theres not enough info on this.
And your trans will probably take a dump too, from all the added low end torque.
I did have a mechanic tell me a story about how "back in the day my friend swapped out the whole top end for a */c in his bonnie and it worked for a while"
But everyone has their glory stories so take it w/ a grain of salt.
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go to www.l67swap.com dey kin hook yoo up wit sum great info on a SER2 L67 swap (best motor ever put in a Bonne)
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On GP club in the L36 forum there is an article on ZZP creating a supercharger add on that will be in the $1000 range it runs a larger pully so the trans ect will hold up better the project is almost finished i believe they just need to get the finished fule rails and do some final testing for official numbers but you can look over there i would but im at work now
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The SC will not 'bolt up'. You need the LIM also, PCM, and a bunch of brackets, and a 4T60E-HD trans. It'* cheaper to sell your car and buy an SSEi.
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Buy an SSEi.
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here is the post on the sc addon but it is for the S2 http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.as...mode=1&smode=1
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