Yes you can. There are many things you need to do to compensate for it. The compression ration of the GT is 9.4:1, whilest the GTP is 8.1:1. You need lower compression pistons to handle the boost. ZZPerformance.com, and 3800performance.com… Full Answer
Drivers race 1997-2003: The GTP added an Eaton (Gen 3) M90 supercharger (also used in the 1996-2003 Bonneville, 1997-2003 Regal, 1996-2005 Park Ave, 2003-2004 Impala, 2003-2004 Monte Carlo) to the 3.8 liter, boosting power from 195 hp (145 kW) to… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
yes of course,but it takes some work!you need a eaton m90 supercharger,fuel pump,biger injectors,blow off valve,intercooler if you run more then 7 psi boost,pulleys.....but you can do it with little bit of work!
A 1999 Grand Prix GTP uses an EATON M90 supercharger that displaces 90 cubic inches of air during every revolution. This results in a rating of 240 horsepower at the crank at 5200RPM, and a "pavement pounding" 280ft-lb of torque… Full Answer
The GM 3.8 and 3800 Series engines have been made in turbo and supercharged variants, in addition to naturally aspirated types. In reference to the Series I, II, III the super and naturally aspirated engines are different internally. There are… Full Answer
You have to do a top swap, basicly find a L67 enging (GTP) or the following parts, (plus some custom electrical tuning.) -L67 idler pulleys, L67 idler stand off, L67 throttle body, L67 injectors, custom PCM, GTP balancer, L67 MAP… Full Answer
In the likely case that you have the 3800 Series II Non-Supercharged engine: It's likely that if it is never damaged, and well maintained, the engine might be one of the longest lasting components of the vehicle. A reasonable guess… Full Answer
The PCV valve on the Supercharged GM 3800 series II engine is located under the plastic cover over the supercharger it is towards the back- a square black plate covers the PCV valve- there is a spring pushing against the… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
The Eaton Supercharger is used to increase the overall torque power and driving ability. This also increases the economic benefits as the use of a supercharger leads to small cylinder tanks which is a good thing for your car.
Haha. Well! Your in luck! I have a 1995 Mercury Cougar XR-7 We both (You and I) own Supercoupe cars! The V6 supercoupes used an Eaton M90 Supercharger, But for the 4.6 Litre engines, I am planning on using a… Full Answer
The 3800 II is the battle axe of the 90s to 00s lineup. The engine is not as much well constructed as it is strongly constructed. The engine is fairly reliable, its no Honda D/B series but as far as… Full Answer