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Old 06-24-2004, 01:08 AM   #1
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Well tomorrow i find out if my engine is messed up beyond repair, if it is my parents gonna cosign a loan with me for a new engine, is it possible to put a series II into my 1992? and if so what would i need, ECM, engine assembly? what else?
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transmission...

stick with a series I
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Well i can get a 2001 Series II and a 1997 tranny for 1600 for both, both come with 2 yr warranty, if im spending the money wont it be worth it?
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if you can get them cheap, knock yourself out. Talk to a mechanic to see if there are any other issues you need to deal with.
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If you have any competent performance shops in the area add on about 1000$ or more to get the series 2 in. I say keep it simple and put a series 1 in, less headache.
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To keep your 4T60-E HD you will need a 1996 harness and pcm from another H-Body car, riviera (which I beleive is a G-Body). Otherwise get a engine and transmission from a 97+ H-Body to make your swap easier because that will allow everything to drop in, If you go with a 4T65-E HD you will need new axel shafts. If you get the engine and tranny out of H-Body the hardest part will be wiring.
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he can get a 97 SE tranny and it will be a 4t60E
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Yea, but with a supercharged car you want a 4T60-E HD
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