First off, thanks to the Bonne Club Form for allowing some of us other GM H body owners some forum space.
About 2 months ago I purhcased a bone-stock, 1998 Olds LSS, non-suprcharged with less than 56K miles. . So far I think it is a great ride, however, I am always looking to improve perfromance and handling.
I have a couple of questions maybe someone can field.
First, how much would be involved to switch to a supercharger using stock parts? Are the differences between the normally asiprated 3800 and the SC version just a question fo fuel and air plumbing or does it go deeper like to cylinder head design, compression ratio etc.
Second, I know this is a farily big car with somewhat of a luxuary ride but I feel like I am getting a far too much "wallow" over bumps. It has the automatic load leveling system. What is the life expecancy on the rear air shocks/struts? Should be be looking at replacing them? What about forgetting about the leveling system and just going for good gas units?
Again thanks for the forum.
1998 OLds LSS