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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-31-2004 03:59 AM
tm454 Would not be an easy swap....all the wiring and computer and all would have to be switched..its not the same plugs and system.
Easier to build up the 307 and save yourself the troubles.


Rat Rods Rule!
10-30-2004 11:28 PM

i'm trying to replace the p.o.s 307 in my '87 cutlass with an LS1 from a buick roadmaster. does anyone make a conversion kit for this swap???? if not, what do i need to do to make this work??? i know nothing about fuel injection or pollution control, and i do believe that the stock transmission (3 spd hydramatic) will work fine with this swap. am i correct, or am i about to take on another huge headache????????? someone help me please!!!!!!

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