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    need stock and performance l67 parts

    Hey guys, if anyone has any of the parts listed below please shoot me a pm if your looking to sell them.
    Stock l67 parts
    -fuel rail
    -coil bracket w/idler and tensioner for m90
    -harmonic balancer
    -L67 valve covers
    -m90 bypass valve
    -m90 brake booster vacuum connector
    L67 performance parts
    -modular pulley hub for m90
    -42 lb injectors
    -105 valve springs
    -xp cam
    -ls1 style retainers
    -hardened pushrods
    2000 pewter camaro 3.8l a4
    2001 black blazer 4.3l 4x4 2door

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    I've got a set of stock l67 valve covers.

    That's all I have. $15 shipped
    Larry:
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    I have a set of 8 precision engine & turbo (PTE) 42's
    Check the for sale forum
    Make a fair offer
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    So L67 is just the supercharged version of the 3800 correct?

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    It is a 3800, just with a few different parts.

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    Well I have 7.00" hardened pushrods and I'll be pulling the harmonic balancer off of my engine this week if no one buys the whole block

    about 15,000 (9,375miles) or so km on the pushrods and about 20,000km (12,500 miles) on the balancer

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