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Old 10-25-2007, 11:48 PM   #1
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Default Wanna-B ultra. L67 Swap. *LIM porting, 0 KR

i have decided to swap my 93 L67 from my gp project, into my 92 park ave. the c body ecu will run that engine better and more correctly than the w body ecu anyway. im giving up my weight loss in the gp, for the luxury of the p/a.

i have planned the swap for saturday, but i decided to get it started when i got home from work today. i put about 4 hours into it today.


i started with removing the wiring harness and vac lines.
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then i unbolted the eng and trans mounts, and got the hood unbolted and out of the way
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this kept some of the bolts organized. just a dollar tstore tackle box. (this was early)
most nuts and bolts i just screwed back into their homes tho. and its time to wash that thing.
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You are swapping the wiring you need and PCM, right?
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shhhhh!!!!!! she'* sleeping.......lol. i set the hood on for the night.
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You are swapping the wiring you need and PCM, right?
i will be using the stock harness and adding the egr and bcs wiring to it. the ecu will remain stock with a different prom.
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Good. Getting lots of pics?
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Good. Getting lots of pics?
more as the progress continues. thats all for now.
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Looks good. I have that same box for the same purpose. Had all the bolts from when I parted my 93 SSE SC.

Swap should go pretty smooth I would think.
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Looking good. To this day my dream is to drop a SC series II in the lesabre. From what i have heard its not too easy.
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Looks good. I have that same box for the same purpose. Had all the bolts from when I parted my 93 SSE SC.

Swap should go pretty smooth I would think.
yeah, it should be pretty straight forward. will be mostly bolt ons. the only welding will be on the em'* and a new converter.

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Looking good. To this day my dream is to drop a SC series II in the lesabre. From what i have heard its not too easy.
and ive wished for my p/a to be supercharged for many years. your genie will come too, if you look for it. and im gonna have to update my sig soon, wish granted. lol

my L67 is a ser 1, so its a little easier. but if you were to find a donor car that was wrecked or sumthin, that would make it much easier for ya.
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Looks good. I have that same box for the same purpose. Had all the bolts from when I parted my 93 SSE SC.

Swap should go pretty smooth I would think.
yeah, it should be pretty straight forward. will be mostly bolt ons. the only welding will be on the em'* and a new converter.

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Looking good. To this day my dream is to drop a SC series II in the lesabre. From what i have heard its not too easy.
and ive wished for my p/a to be supercharged for many years. your genie will come too, if you look for it. and im gonna have to update my sig soon, wish granted. lol

my L67 is a ser 1, so its a little easier. but if you were to find a donor car that was wrecked or sumthin, that would make it much easier for ya.
Dont worry im already looking Would love to see the change in the sig lol..."wish granted" heheehee. On another note once you have updates please post as i am very interested in your swap. Thanks again, hope everything works out. Documenting your swap would most def help out others aswell. Just something to think about. I know your really busy though so dont worry about it.
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