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Old 05-22-2003, 12:39 AM   #21
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Like I said just go buy a new engine trans computer wireing harness. Duder I can get the package for 750$ and the engine/trans have 79k miles. And its 1150 installed so thats a decent idea eh? But I do like in Flint MI where 9 out of 10 people have a GM product so they arent is short supply.
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The 3800 Engine/transmission with the supercharger is different than the one without. Both the engine and transmission have stronger, heavy-duty parts to handle the extra torque and compression. I believe the area around the intake manifold is different also, because you have to have a space to put the M62 supercharger.
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You could just custom rig a turbo onto the car. Go to the salvage yard and find a turbo car(i.e tbird turbo coupe is a good turbo). But don't go with a small turbo like out of a sunbird or something. I will look for some links I have seen before and post them.
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If you want a sc 3800 look on ebay. They sell them out of wrecked cars that run sometimes for fairly cheap. When my motor goes to crap I'm buyin one!!!
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You could just custom rig a turbo onto the car. Go to the salvage yard and find a turbo car(i.e tbird turbo coupe is a good turbo). But don't go with a small turbo like out of a sunbird or something. I will look for some links I have seen before and post them.
So if I get a turbo out of a tbird coupe it should work??
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