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    Default 93-97 conversion to 98-02 front end

    dont know if anyone is interested in this. ive done it on a 96 that im getting back...but i wont go into that right now. but it is a good writeup and i had no issues. hope this helps.

    http://www.lt1engine.com/tech/93-97-...nd-conversion/ (Link dead)
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    Is there one for Firebirds or is it the same? I don't want a FireMaro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderChicken View Post
    Is there one for Firebirds or is it the same? I don't want a FireMaro.
    Should be the same lol if they can bolt a 98 - 02 firebird front to a camaro body ........ I dont see why not lol.

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    yea it is basically the same thing...here is one person that done it. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2131767

    gotta find a writeup though
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    Quote Originally Posted by freakv6 View Post
    yea it is basically the same thing...here is one person that done it. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2131767

    gotta find a writeup though
    Probably could use the camaro walk through. It should be.

    -Remove air dam from under front bumper
    -Remove front bumber
    -Remove inner nose cone
    -Remove Headlights
    -Remove bolts from inside of the engine bay for fenders
    -Remove inner wheel well (they have plastic pull tab pieces)
    -Unbolt fender from bracket on inside of fender
    -Take fender(s) off
    -Remove bracket from car (You will need them)

    then apply everything to the other car, the do steps in reverse

    **Bolt sizes vary between 8-10mm sockets. Be prepared for a long day**

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    I believe there is a write up on the Firebird conversion on LS1 tech...I'll see if I can find it!!

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    boy i just dont know....im not sure if i like it better or not
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    So do you need the two front fenders, and the front bumper or just the front bumper?

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    You need the bumper, fenders, all the brackets and the hood

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    Awesome thanks man!

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