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chitownbonne16 07-06-2004 04:28 PM

ssei motor in a 94 se
how hard would it be to put a s/c3800 either series I or II in a 1994 bonneville se or how about the intake manifold and a supercharger on the stock n/a 3800?

willwren 07-06-2004 04:36 PM

Sell the car and buy an SSEi. It'll be cheaper in the long run.

Allmachtige 07-06-2004 05:14 PM

Trust me, Bill is right on this one. :roll: :wink:

chitownbonne16 07-06-2004 09:46 PM

thanks guys for the info

willwren 07-06-2004 10:12 PM

Don't go away all dejected !!!

You can still go fast ;) Ask us how!

Allmachtige 07-06-2004 11:11 PM

Yeah, I made an L27 groove to a new tune...however that involved a little insanity. :P

BonneMeMN 07-07-2004 12:22 AM

If you wanna make an L27 supercharged, i got 90% of the parts...

Basically a full rebuild, but the block's the same. You'd need a ZZP wire add on, and a new PCM/EPROM... Then your tranny might not last long depending on how you drive...

Possible? yes, cost a lot for parts? yes, a whole motor/tranny would be quicker and easier.

chitownbonne16 07-08-2004 03:28 PM

i think i will try that i just need to plan more :wink:

willwren 07-08-2004 04:28 PM

It's probably really not worth the time or money, and it has never been done. Reality and an idea may be two totally different things. Unless someone else does it first, then it can be spoken about as reality.

BonneMeMN 07-08-2004 04:40 PM

If you'd like to use the parts from me, you'll need a long block assembly from a series 1 L67, a custom MEMCAL from with your car specifics, + L67 engine setup, a matching SSEi PCM (the actual box) and a harness from ZZP for the BOOST/MAP sensors.

willwren 07-08-2004 04:59 PM

Again, this has never been done before to the best of our knowledge. Unless you want to be the first to tackle something this major, I'd suggest you look at other proven, easier, and cheaper trading up for an SSEi for instance, or simply doing a few mods to your existing car.

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