If you're talking just the supercharger, it'* going to be tough. Probably not economical. The M90 has a longer nosedrive, different footprint, larger porting, you'd need a larger throttle body which would likely require you to re-flash your PCM, and you'd have to adjust the distance of the AC pulley and the idler to mate up with the belt path of the M90'* longer nosedrive. Some sensors may need to be swapped, as well. You'd need the lower intake, and it won't mate up to your heads due to the valve sequence difference between the Series I L67 and Series II L67. Much the same as the difference between the L27 and L36.
If you're talking about the drivetrain itself, about the only thing the same is the block and pistons. The intake and exhaust valve sequence changed between the 95 and 96 L67. This means the cam and entire valvetrain are different (same components, different location), the heads are totally different, the lower intake is different......and on and on.
To do this the right way without swapping the entire drivetrain (or just the motor) you'd need the cam, heads, lower intake, M90, exhaust manifolds, and PCM re-flash.
Sounds daunting, doesn't it? If the full drivetrain is your goal, go to www.l67swap.com
these guys are just starting to pull resources for transplants into all different types of cars.....Berettas, Grand Prix, Cavalier, Fiero, etc.