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Who has the cleanest 3800SC Swap? by tomanyfieros
Started on: 12-01-2009 04:08 PM
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So who has the cleanest/sickest looking 3800sc swap? Where did you hide everything at?
Lets start posting some pics!
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HI all

Search for forum member "SkiTime"..... I think the title of his thread is: A history of skitime's car..... He did all his own work, cept for paint, and his install is very clean as well....

Also agree with fierocious too.....

edit to add....... Thas fastfieros.com..... An the link for skitimes thread.. A bit long on the read, but well worth it!! http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000073.html
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This is a nice clean engine install bby Loyde.

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http://www.hausofguru.com/

IMO this is the cleanest.

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First Swap for a DD:


My DD now:



Stock Swap w/ lowmount:


Norsac's Car:
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Definatly a dirty motor

Damn decklid is off showing dirty hinges

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I've seen some very nicely finished ones here in Texas. No pics handy--but Lloyde's is pretty cleanly done--MstangsBware ain't bad either


PR--nice looking exh--big sob ain't it!!

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Haven't gotten in there with the polishing kit yet, but tidy for sure.



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http://www.hausofguru.com/

IMO this is the cleanest.

Abe


Thanks Abe.
Here is some of my work posted here on the forum.....
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/074780.html

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Mine, I did it all myself. (not what it currently looks like) -Jason

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I have seen Jason's swap first hand and it is the cleanest swap that I have ever seen for a 3800! He gets my vote for first place!

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Thank you all for the positives. I hope to get the timeliness back into my program with the new year.

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I am a fan of Loyde's installs..

..my own install still needs a lot of work before its finished

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Originally posted by Fie Ro:

I am a fan of Loyde's installs..

..my own install still needs a lot of work before its finished



That is a clean install! You can't even see the bolts for the SC! J/K, your attention to detail wouldn't allow anything but a clean install, so you get my vote!
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Originally posted by Hulki U. My-BFF:
That is a clean install! You can't even see the bolts for the SC! J/K, your attention to detail wouldn't allow anything but a clean install, so you get my vote!


Lol..these bolts were made from 'Invisible' material...I have a lot of it..
thanks for the vote !
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Lol..these bolts were made from 'Invisible' material...I have a lot of it..
thanks for the vote !


My whole engine is made of it..trans too!

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bump for some more pics !
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I should have one of the cleanest installs when complete. Everyone will see some custom items that have been done before but not quite like this. Just a teaser...

Patience, my young apprentice....

I concur with what others have stated, Loyde has some of the cleanest installs out there.
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Who has the uncleanest?.......................Darkhorizon?!?!?


Just joking Dark!
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Well this is a work in progress but here is where i am so far!

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My whole engine is made of it..trans too!





Hey!
No wires showing!
How'd you hide them all???
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I saw Vrossiter's car after he picked it up from the guru. It's BY FAR the cleanest swap I've ever seen. Can someone post a pic of his engine please? I know there's got to be a few floating around here.
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He might even be floating around here! I'll get some pics up soon. Gotta get it cleaned up and shiny, first!
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I saw Vrossiter's car after he picked it up from the guru. It's BY FAR the cleanest swap I've ever seen. Can someone post a pic of his engine please? I know there's got to be a few floating around here.









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Got a question for you 3800sc guys...

I noticed some have the deck lid notched and some do not; why?
Are some ppl using higher motor mounts?
Does the Gen. I II III have anything to do with it?

I am toying w/ the idea of doing a 3800sc swap and would like to know as much as possible about it...

Thanks,
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Got a question for you 3800sc guys...
I noticed some have the deck lid notched and some do not; why?


Intercooler upgrade. The intercooler plate goes between the SC and LIM and raises the top of the engine by something over 2 inches (depending on IC vendor)
The SC snout and TB air intake may interfere with the decklid then


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look closer...most of the notched swaps have intercoolers thus the SC sits up higher...this makes it necessary to notch decklids to clear....tim
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Ahhh, forgot about the aftermarket IC's ppl add...

So does the "high-mount" alternator need a notch, or does it clear...

Also, you said it "may" need to be notched if using an IC... Is this always true? Or is it possible to fit an IC w/o notching the deck?
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There are several possible combinations of enginemounts and IC height... a ZZP short stack "may" fit without notching the decklid but fullsize intercoolers seem to need the notch..
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Originally posted by northeastfiero:

This is a nice clean engine install bby Loyde.



Loyde does have some of the cleanest installs.
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Here is mine, not yet in car but engine bay will be clean too all wireing will be hidden spark plug wires run under motor,all work done by myself with some assistance from a friend ! shoud be done for next summer!





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whats paint is that on the valve covers and the rest of the motor?

 
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I am a fan of Loyde's installs..

..my own install still needs a lot of work before its finished



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Originally posted by jscott1:


Loyde does have some of the cleanest installs.


I agree with JScott about Loyde having probally the cleanest swaps around...This is who I modeled my swap after and the few other swaps that I have done. He hands down has the cleanest wiring and has came up with products to make the swap the cleanest it can be.....
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The install referenced by jscott1 one does have an intercooler but no notching was required because the Mera has some additional deck lid clearance.

Nelson

 
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Loyde does have some of the cleanest installs.

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No more pics?!

How are u guys hiding all the wires? Some you can't even see the plug wires!

Well, I have gone and dun it... Picking up a 98 Bonneville 3800sc on Saturday. Motor has 58k on it and the price was right. Going to mate it up to a 5spd and going to put it into my 88gt.

I have done some preliminary research on motor mounts and alternator locations. I like the low-mount alt. set-up; however, the brackets seem kind of pricey ($300+). Any one know of a "good" alternative at a reasonable price? Also, am I going to need a different dog bone bracket? Think I read somewhere I need to use one from a GTP? If that’s true, what year and/or other info would I need when sourcing one?

Thanks and hopefully I will be posting my 3800 pic 4 ya!

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No more pics?!

How are u guys hiding all the wires? Some you can't even see the plug wires!

AL


Here is the way I made the ignition wires for Sabooo's swap....






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Here is the way I made the ignition wires for Sabooo's swap....










That looks nice Guru!
Where did you mount the coil pack? and those must be custom wires...
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