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would this turbo kit work on the 99 SE L36????

http://www.3800performance.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=CT-TURBO-KIT&Category_Code=PA&Product_Count=0

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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2009 12:18 pm 
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it looks like its for all w body. i think the bends for the down pipe are on different angles dont know if there are any other differences.

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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2009 12:19 pm 
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trf_ssei wrote:
it looks like its for all w body. i think the bends for the down pipe are on different angles dont know if there are any other differences.



man i feel stupid.... what's considered W body

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Grand Prix's, Monte Carlo's, Impala's are a few

Bonnevilles are H bodies.

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Grand Prix's, Monte Carlo's, Impala's are a few

Bonnevilles are H bodies.



gotcha, thannks alot

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theres no stupid questions. w body would consist of grand prix, buick regal, monte carlo, impalla. theres probably more.

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so let's say i came across a running L67, buy the wiring conversion kit, and would it fit into the 99 SE? (L36)

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The short answer, Yes. I'm sure others will tell you that it wouldn't be cheap, and that you would be better off selling your car and just buying a SSEi, but if you want a project, its possible.

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eh, im still in the learning gear. and i couldnt really do it anyway, unless i had a job, and the money O.o

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