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    2001 911<br />2010 Silverado LTZ
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    Many Corvettes
  1. Thanks for the help. I though it was part of the cooling loop but didn't know for sure. LMAC
  2. I am in the final stages of rebuilding a 2001 3.4 motor. Prior to my buying the car some "kind" soul had taken the engine apart and forgot to put it back together with all the parts!! 4 pistons are enough, right? I have not been able to determine what connects to the fitting on top of the oil cooler. Appears to be a hose of approximately 6-8mm ID. It is called a breather hose in the parts diagram, but what does it breathe and where? Thanks in advance, LMAC
  3. Many thanks again to everyone who responded. Dharn55, I will check out the link that you provided. phillipj, I really believe you just might have a strong opinion on Roock's workmanship!! I'm now going to check out the wiring on the 3.4 vs the 3.6 or 3.8. Thanks, Lorne
  4. Thanks to all who responded. I already have the car so I will need to work out a fix with this 911. Todd, I noticed in your discussion from several years ago that you were doing a swap in your Boxster to the newer engine. You indicated at that time, that using the later car's engine controller required a lot of rewiring. Would this also be true with the 2001 911. And if so is there any info out there as to exactly what would be required? Thanks again, Lorne
  5. Is it reasonable to swap a 2001 3.4 (blown) with a newer 3.6 engine. I have searched for links but haven't found any. Lorne
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