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Old 09-24-2005, 05:54 AM   #1
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Hey guys how r we all?

I've joined this forum in search of information for the Buick V6 Intake Manifold ... on the Supercharged Engine. I'm looking at trying to adapt it to either an Eaton M90 w\ M112 internals or a Twin-Screw Whipple Supercharger.

Anyways, ill have a look around.

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No kiddin, Australia eh?

welcome to the club. chances are you may find what you are looking for, but will prolly still stick around even after that. enjoy your stay, and get ready for some good times

Buckle up for safety!
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hahaha whats this I LOVE F**D nonsense? hahaha

Nah, i cant seem to find much, could anyone link me to some pics of the lower intake on the Series 1 Supercharged Engine?

Also, i've heard that over there some people bore out the M90 Shell to fit the M112 internals, is this true?

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G'day mate, thow another shrimp on the barby. That'* what you say down there right?
All kidding aside welcome to the club. Hope you stick around.
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Hey Welcome!!!!

I'm Sorry, but I believe I have some bad news for you.

You are going to have to get a custom intake manifold or custom M90-to-Series-1-L67 intake manifold adapter made to put a M90 on an L27.
To date we, here at BonnevilleClub are unaware of anyone who has put a M90 on a Series I 3800.
It would be a very difficult task considering the length of the engine deck and the M90 -especially with the extension piece for M112 internals -the SC snout and pulley will practically be 6 inches (15MM) past the rest of the pulley'* on the engine.

This is just a start of why it won't fit (easily).
Your best bet is to get a M62 supercharger, S1 L67 lower intake manifold, and all necessary pulley'*/tensioners, a Mini-AFC, and scan the car to find out ho much KR you are getting.
From there get a smaller pulley, Series I L67 injectors and enjoy boosted L27 power with your RWD.
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welcome. is your holden rear wheel drive?
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just so your all well informed ... The Commodore already had the Eaton M90 on it ... Does this make us the only one in the WORLD to have that done?

Knowing this then , does it sound more reasonable to you that we could buy an M90 with M112 internals? Also, Would an M90 bolt-on to the M62 Intake Manifold on the Series 1 Supercharged Motor?

And yeah its RWD.

Thanks very much for the welcome guys,

And yea 'nother shrimp on the barby

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holy Crap...are you saying that the your S1 has the M90 stock :shock

i beileve that www.intense-racing.com has a kit available to adapt a hybrid MP 112
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The M90 won't bolt to a LIM for the M62.

Building a hybrid would be a distinct possibility. Or an adapter.
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just so your all well informed ... The Commodore already had the Eaton M90 on it ... Does this make us the only one in the WORLD to have that done?
We had the M90 on the 1996-1999 Buick Riviera, Buick Regal GS (1997+), 1996-2005 Buick Park Avenue Ultra, 1996-1999 Oldsmobile LSS (if equipped with supercharger), Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS and Impala SS (starting in 2003 as an option), Pontiac Grand Prix GTP (1997+), Bonneville SSEi all standard starting in 1996 with the start of the Series II L67. In 1996 and 1997 the M90 could also be had on a Bonneville SE as long as it had the H4U (SLE) option package (I have a 1995 SE with the SLE package and Supercharger, but since it'* a series 1 I have the M62, but since I have only the basic H4U option which consists of leather bucket seating, 16" wheels, spoiler and spoiler) it is probably has THE BEST power/weight ratio of any Bonneville made, although not by much).

BUT, with RWD and manual transmissions you guys down under get the most of the power. (Me VERY JEALOUS)
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