NO the heads are made slightly diffrent the bolt patterns will not match up. Rather than aftermarket what you can do is purchase the parts for an L67 (3.8 supercharged) and put them on your L36 (3.8 non supercharged).It's not really simple like some people think but it's definitely doable (many people have gone down this road). The following is a list of everything you will need:
L67 idler pullies (there's two of them)
L67 belt tensioner
L67 throttle body
L67 crank pulley
L67 MAP sensor
L67 Valve Covers
L67 fuel rail
L36 to L67 wiring harness adapter kit
Vac lines (I used 7/64" rubber hose)
Coil pack bracket from a 97-98 GT/GTP
2 changes worth of oil/oil filters
2 gallons of coolant
Valve Cover gaskets
Fuel rail o-rings Check out the postings at http://www.grandprix.net/and look to Ed Morad http://www.moradpartscompany.com/as an excellent source for used grand prix parts. Hope this helps. "G"
Theoretically, you could put the supercharger setup from a factory supercharged 3800 series 2 engine but it would be a lot of work and you would have to do a lot with wiring. The Buick Park Avenue, Pontiac Bonneville SSEI and the Olds 88 LSS will have that engine.
It will have supercharged writen on the engine cover. or you can see the supercharger's snout sticking out the left side of the engine cover. and the loud whine the car makes when you floor it..lol
What type of gas goes into 2004 pontiac grand prix gt a v6 3800 series III engine?
the dont make one you can get one made though but it has to be custom made from scratch and it is specialy made to fit the car and its going to cost alot
Answervery...the engine and trans come out together through the bottom of the car with the sub-frame and control arms, then you separate the engine from trans and put back together, about 14 hours with the right tools and a liftIt was easy for me and my mechanic. We wanted to change the 3.8 series 2 engine with the LSS's supercharger 3.8 series 2 engine. A very excellent build.
Yes, as long as it is a 3800 Series II V6. Not a Series I. A Series II will say Series II on the engine cover. If it is a Series one it would fit because it is the same size, but I do not know if it will work with the Grand Prix's ECU and transaxle.
203 The 3800 Series II engine is rated at 205 H.P. The 3800 Series II Supercharged engine is rated at 240 H.P.
If it's a 3400 series engine I think it is bolted to the side on the throttle body
no... its a 3.8 liter V6 motor...
Yes, both cars had the exact same 3.8 series II engine.
The 3800L is a common engine among the w-body GM's. The 94 is a Series 1, and is interchangeable with most other 3800 s1. 95 + are branded with "Series II" on the engine, and are not compatible. Keep in mind however, that many parts are still interchangeable.
Short answer, NO.Long answer. Torches, welders, and some scrap steel make anything possible.
Engine Name: 3800 Series II Supercharged Engine Type: 90 degree V6 Displacement: 3.8L (231 cubic inches) Horsepower: 240 HP at 5,200RPM Torque: 280 ft-lb at 3,600RPM Compression Ratio: 8.5:1 Supercharger Type: EATON Generation 3 M90 Supercharger Displacement: 90 cubic inches per revolution.
Yes, absolutely. They are the exact same engine. The Series 2 (1996-2005) and Series 3 (2005-2009) GM 3800 V6's are all interchangeable.
There are two cars in the Pontiac Grand series. They are the Grand Am and Grand Prix. They have many sub models of these cars such as the SE, SLE, and GTP.
Although the GTP has a supercharger the engine makeup is basically the same. 3800 series II The front from pass. to driver is 1-3-5 and rears pass. to driver is 2-4-6. The plug wire order? 1 4 6 3 2 5 ( courtesy of www.gtpworld.com ) hope this helps G The plug wire is 145236
It is important to have a diagram when making changes to the vacuum system of a car. The diagram to the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix vacuum system can be found in its maintenance manual.
Under the engine cover that says "series two". look between the the fuel rail and the valve cover, right where the engine fire usually starts. near the coil packs
In the Nascar Cup Series, Richard Petty drove a Pontiac from 1982-1992. He also drove a Pontiac for two races in 1982 and 1984 in the Nascar K&N Pro Series West.
There is 3 primary stock engines for this model. * LG6 3.1L v6 * L27 3800 (series 1) v6 * LA1 3400 v6
Not worth your time. You would need new OBD (on board diagnostics.) You would need an intake manifold from a 3800 series I. As the 1995 supercharged was still mated to a 3800 series I design( 1996 up mounted the supercharger to a series II.) The series I base in the 91-94 PA's made about 170 HP. In 1995 the series II base was introduced making 205 HP. However the series I had about a 9.4-1 compression ratio non-supercharged, supercharged the compression was lowered to 8.5-1. Basically if you did all the changes unless you changed the length of the piston rods you would get an engine making about 150-155 HP. It would probably be cheaper to get a rebuilt 3800 series II making 205 HP and drop that in you would get a stronger engine with better fuel economy than a series I (about 30 MPG hwy.) As GM used this engine up to 2007 in pontiacs, chevys, buicks and olds there should be quite a few to choose from.
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How to reset the computer 1999 pontiac grand prix gt 3800 series II v6?