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    2.2-2.0 DI turbo conversion

    alright i was woundering if i could convert my 2.2 l61 into a 2.0 lnf. if so whats all needed besides crank, a fully loaded head, and a pcm with the lnf programming. if not can i even swap the lnf for the l61.

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    alright i was woundering if i could convert my 2.2 l61 into a 2.0 lnf. if so whats all needed besides crank, a fully loaded head, and a pcm with the lnf programming. if not can i even swap the lnf for the l61.
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    Well considering the LNF is direct injected and has Variable Valve Timing, you're not going to achieve this very easily or considerably. I would highly advice looking for an alternate setup.

    Also from my understanding, the Solstice/Cobalt uses a completely different wiring system than your Sunfire.

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    Im all for doing complicated s**t but this would make my head explode if I had to do that.

    Im not even sure the L61 pistons would handle it to start with. There are alot of little advances since the earlier ecotecs.
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    By the time everything is all said and done a built 2.2 would be cheaper.

    Also you cannot swap cranks without swapping rods.

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    ^^ Agreed. Just build a L61 with boost. You won't even think of a LNF again.

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    With a boosted L61 there are people on the site that can help you, also its easier to find L61 parts I'm having a hard time finding an LSJ to take the sc off at any wreckers in my area I would imagine an LNF would be harder to come by.

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    yea i was just woundering if i could, or if it would even be worth it. but im just goin threw ideas as what to do to my car, cuz i just want to build a mild street car nothing to extreme.

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