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Hehe...hehe...hehe...Thank you.

For those of you who dont know or dont remember, L32 swapped.

wow :woot: thats so clean and looks like the car came with it.

BRAVO! :P

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wow :woot: thats so clean and looks like the car came with it.

BRAVO! :P

Thats the idea. Have you guys seen the video clip of my car?

I made this way back cuz trying to make a 3800 exhaust sound good is like impossible. But I like mine and I wanted opinions at the time.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJQhWYFVJlA

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Hehe...hehe...hehe...Thank you.

For those of you who dont know or dont remember, L32 swapped.

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How the hell did I miss this. I failz.

Just great!

I r dumb, but why the seriesIII what are the benefits?

From Wiki:

L67:

The L67 is the supercharged version of the Series II L36 and appeared in 1996, one year after the normally-aspirated version. It uses the Eaton Generation III M90 supercharger with a 3.8" pulley, a larger throttle body, fuel injectors, cylinder heads, and lower intake manifold than the L36 uses. Both engines share the same engine blocks, but compression is reduced from 9.4:1 in the L36 to 8.5:1 for the L67. Power is up to 240 hp (180 kW) and 280 lb·ft (380 N·m) of torque. Final drive ratios are reduced in most applications, for better fuel economy and more use of the engine's torque in the low range. The engine was built in Flint, Michigan. The engine was certified LEV in 2001.

L32:

The L32 is a supercharged Series III. Introduced in 2004, the main differences between the L67 and the L32 is the L32's electronic throttle control, slightly improved cylinder head design, and updated Eaton supercharger, the Generation 5 M90. Power output is up to 260 hp (194 kW) in the Grand Prix GTP.

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^^^Yes what he posted. Except Im not using a electronic throttle body. I got a Northstar throttle body attached to it. Thats a 75mm inlet. The difference in the cylinder heads is the valves are bigger and I believe the rods are stronger.

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