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Old 04-16-2010, 09:02 PM   #1
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Default top swapping my 97'

Well I've been through some issues with my SSE the past few months, but for now the trans seems to be in order. I've been looking at other cars, but everything seems to keep falling through. My biggest gripe with my 97' is that it is slow, and While I'd love me a N* caddy, it does not seem to be happening right now.

So as of now I am leaning towards top swapping my car, I can get */C heads, intake, etc, etc from a guy selling them off a 97' GTP. I know I'll need the H body brackets for the coils etc.

my biggest concern is wiring / PCM since there were no L67/4t60 cars in 97' could I use a PCM from a 96' SSEi? Also i think something will need done with the map sensor wiring.

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