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    Default $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    Price is $3000, but I am negotiable. Shoot me a decent offer and it's yours.

    So I'm ready to sell this van. A lot of this post will be copied from Craigslist. It's got a 1998 GTP engine, 4t65e-hd trans, axles, diff, etc. I did not do the swap, it was done by an auto electric mechanic also in Florida. Me and my father did do the intercooler and other aftermarket stuff all about 4500 miles ago, and it hasn't given me a problem since.

    Here's the list of performance stuff that has been put on:

    ZZP Stage 2 water to air intercooler.
    ZZP Ported and machined lower intake manifold
    ZZP Powdercoated modified fuel rails
    ZZP 3.2" Modular Pulley
    K&N filter, 4" intake
    PCM tuned by Intense Racing
    2.5" exhaust from manifold back
    Aeroforce scangauge
    Drilled and slotted front rotors

    All of that was done in the last 3000 miles. At the same time we replaced: spark plugs, spark plug wires, new coilpacks, all new fuel injectors, ignition control module, felpro metal intake manifold gasket, all vacuum lines, gatorback supercharger belt, 180 degree thermostat and probably other odds and ends. Comes with a few parts as well.


    Really the van drives awesome, it has never given me any weird engine swap related problems, if you didn't know any better and didn't get on the peddle you'd think it was a stock option. Everything in the van still works, including the front and rear AC and heat. With the intercooler I have never seen the KR at anything above 0.0 in any condition, even in the Florida weather and on the 3.2 pulley, so I believe this engine will last a long time. It's been very reliable for me during the time I've owned it, it's super fun, I just want something smaller and fuel efficient. I know it takes a certain person to buy this, so I'll entertain most offers, just message me or text the number in my craigslist ad. Thanks!


    Pictures can be seen in my craigslist ad here: http://daytona.craigslist.org/cto/6241537338.html


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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    Price dropped to $3000!

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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    This van reminds me of this thread. http://www.grandprixforums.net/threa...now-with-vids*
    2003 Redfire Metallic Chevy Tahoe Z71 - Airaid Modular Intake Tube, Flowmaster Exhaust.
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    Superchargers take away horsepower

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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    Well the guy that posted that was in Tampa.

    $20 it's the same van?
    1999 Chevrolet Silverado K1500 Classic Z71 - Intake/Gibson Exhaust - The Daily
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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    You owe me $20, this ad is for an Oldsmobile Silhouette that thread is a Pontiac Montana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sunfire Guy
    Superchargers take away horsepower

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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    Really? Nobody has kids and needs to sell their soul and drive a minivan, but wants to keep it fun?

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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    CL ad expired...
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    Default Re: $3000 Supercharged L67 swapped 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, Florida

    Thanks for the heads up. Updated it

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