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L67/F23 swap into my 86se.

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    Posted: 27 September 2014 at 10:08pm
I started this over on Pennocks, but I thought Id post an
update here as well.

Here is what all this time and money is going into.

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Its an 86 2m4 that I bought off of Capt. for like $200
or something. Engine is a giant paperweight, but the
frame seems solid and is more or less rust free besides
the usual stuff in the wheel wells. Interior is so-so.
The seats are decent, carpet is good. It's gunna need a
new dash and headliner eventually. All that cosmetic
stuff is way in the future. First step is getting it
moving under its own power.

The engine:

Unknown year series II L67 that i bought off another
forum member with a reported 20,000km's give or take.

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I've torn it down to give it a look over, and it's very
clean. Still has cross hatching on the walls. I'll have
to send the heads away to be flattened before reassembly,
from what I've been told on pennocks.

I pulled a low mileage F23 out of a Cobalt SS
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Mounts are finished, but the only pictures I have right
now are of them being mocked up

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Today I got started on sand blasting stuff in preparation
for paint next week.

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So thats where I'm at right now. Next step is to get
started on the wiring. Then a full rebuild is in order.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote kawana Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 September 2014 at 10:11pm
Ok, I don't know whats up with the photo uploads, but you
can see them all over at


I'm too tired to bother fixing it right now.http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/094556.html

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