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Mod Guide: How To: L67 Swap

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Old 07-08-2009, 08:35 AM
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LOL that was a great urbandictionary post!
 
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has any one did a l67 swap in a 7th gen yet? to swap out the 3.5l anoying no performence parts name it it dont have it motor? the only thing i think its wiered that the throtel body is electronicully controlled like the v8 motors are
 
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Old 08-04-2009, 09:14 PM
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I would think this may work:

-Use an 04-05 SS Supercharged engine bay harness (or similar year regular 3800 with an L67 swap wiring harness kit)
-Use an 04-05 SS Supercharged passenger axle (your drivers axle should be fine if your tranny is currently a 4t65e)
-Swap to a cable drive throttle pedal (may need to do some custom drilling/routing of the cable)
-Possible wiring to the OBD2 port? (not sure how the new CAN systems work)

The bad thing is, if you live in an area with emission testing, I don't know how happy they would be with going backwards in the years- especially if your PCM is going to say 04 or 05.
 
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I have a 96 Z34 with the 3.4. Can this swap be done that easily with that year and motor?
 
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Old 11-21-2009, 01:03 AM
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Yes, it is the same swap, except I've heard you can use the 3.4 DOHC A/C compressor lines instead of needing those of a 98-99 Z34.
 
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Old 11-21-2009, 08:28 AM
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Yeah, I skipped a/c in the writeup altogether because I never hooked mine back up. Since my monte isn't my DD, I decided to forgo a/c- and now I've got an adaptor to relocate the alternator to its spot.
 
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very helpful for what im gunna do.
 
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Thank god i gotta 98 Mc i dont need half that lol
 
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Old 12-22-2009, 03:59 PM
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Thank god i gotta 98 Mc i dont need half that lol
What do you mean? A 98 monte LS is the same as above. A 98 monte Z34 is also pretty much the same, except your drivers side axle drops in (still have to custom make the passenger side)- and you don't have to hunt for a wiring harness, since you already have it.
 
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Updated, added more C100 info, and made the custom axle section a little more clear.
 

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