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Old 01-07-2013, 11:21 PM
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Well, this is the exact thing I have pulled off in my Volvo wagon. '98 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP S/C V6 (FWD) mated to a '96 Camaro T5 trans (RWD). The flywheel/clutch and bell housing bolt right up, just had to install a pilot bearing in the crank and that hole is already there, too! The caveat is the throttle body points right at the fire wall. I built a 3" aluminum tube to turn the TB around. I also cut and re-welded the throttle quadrant so it pulled from the back side. If you need info/parts go here: http://www.zzperformance.com/
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very nice
what did you do for the pcm? HP tuner or similar?
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very nice
what did you do for the pcm? HP tuner or similar?
Yeah, HP, Blood Enterprises in Auburn, Wa put it on their dyno and set it up for me after I got it running. They calibrated the speedo and raised the speed limiter to 160 mph, figured that would be enough. Then they just made sure all the sensors, knock, cam, crank, etc, where working. Made 160 HP at the wheels, not gonna blow anyone out of the water, but I get near 30 mpg and that's what's important to me these days. There are a few more pics in my photo album, one shows the wiring nightmare!

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