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Old 05-19-2009, 07:52 PM   #1
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hey, im a little confused, i have herd people say they have the m62 supercharge, but i allways thought that the bonnie'* have the m90 supercharger, can someone please clarify, thanks
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Check this out. It'* all about the V-6 and explains the differences and years that the M62 and M90 were used. Buick V6 engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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they completley skip over my 1993 ssei model, thats really annoying, they go straight from the 93 sle to the 94 ssei
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they completley skip over my 1993 ssei model, thats really annoying, they go straight from the 93 sle to the 94 ssei
You have the M62 SC! Look on the page..it'* listed :

1992-1995:
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ok never mind i found it thanks a bunch for the help, and can u put an m90 supercharger on a 1993 ssei that is originally equipped with the m63 supercharger?
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ok never mind i found it thanks a bunch for the help, and can u put an m90 supercharger on a 1993 ssei that is originally equipped with the m63 supercharger?
That I am not sure of. Danthurs or Billboost would be the ones that could answer that for you.
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ok cool ill run that by them, thanks a bunch for all your help bc that m90 series 1 and 2 and the m62 1 2 and 3 series was confusing the hell outa me
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It'* not a easy to swap item. Actually, never heard of anyone doing it.

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its very difficult to swap them because they don't bolt up right. there would be alot of metal fabrication and re-routing of hoses, wires, and cables needed to make it work.... not to mention any changes in the car'* computer! if you have a series 1 3800 L67, then your best options for the supercharger are to have it rebuilt and ported to reduce friction inside it. also, an intake, exhaust, and smaller supercharger pulley will wake it up alot. sinister performance Sinister Performance, LLC. offers pcm tuning and you can find roller rockers for the series 1. that'* about all you can do for it but i'm sure it would make it more fun to drive.
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