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Introduced in 1995, the Series II is quite a different engine. It is also by far the most popular of the 3800 family for its power, smoothness, fuel efficiency, and reliability, although the stroke for the 3.8 liter engine remained at 3.4 in (86 mm), and the bore remained at 3.8 in (97 mm). That said, the engine architecture was vastly changed.Are Stage 2 3800 Series II heads available for L36 engines?
We have now studied and flow-bench tested more than a dozen different 3800 Series II head porting designs, and are convinced our Stage 2 heads will outperform any other heads on the market retaining stock valves. These 3800 Series II cylinder heads are now available for both L36 and L67 engines.What is a 3800 Series II cylinder head?
These 3800 Series II cylinder heads are now available for both L36 and L67 engines. They should be used in conjunction with the more aggressive camshaft profiles (such as our INTENSE™ Stage 2 Blower Cam, INTENSE™ Stage 2 Turbo Cam, or INTENSE™ Stage 2 Normally Aspirated Cam ), and boost levels ranging from 10 to 20 psi.Is the GM 3800 Series II still in service?
Regardless of the recent recall, the 3800 Series II has been a workhorse for GM and has provided years of dependable service. Because of its longevity and use in various GM vehicles, it’s probably an engine that you have become accustomed to seeing in your shop for routine service.