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Old 11-07-2006, 08:27 PM   #31
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yes...i am unsure if that particualr GP is running a STS system as i have to assume that he is.....

the STS remote mount is a good option...i have a F body friend that is making INSANE amounts of power with it....he is pushing about 14 psi and is at 746 hp at the wheels....now granted there is motor work done to the car, but the remount mount is a good viable option for power
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Nneed your guys imput? I had in mind slappin in a supercharger. BUT

what make and year bonni does it have to come off of and what all components will i

need??? like computer exc.? I guess a detailed explination would work, i'm kinda

dumbfounded when it comes to this!
I agree with Wilwren his info on the techinfo is exact and correctly written. Throwing on a blower requires more then one thinks. Theres more to it then just slamming a blower on an engine. Take Wilwrens techinfo'* advise, (it would be cheaper to find an L-67 engine with a supercharger on it already)
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Well talked to the guys at www.gmtuners.com and recomended i do a full motor swap they said everything will bolt on the same all i gatta do is get it programmed and get the frywhell drilled to match, (im on my way!) cobalt here i come.
How bout this find a Gt Fiero with a L-67 swapped in it and tell him well it is your size in weight and its Pontiac VS. Chevy. I bet ya he'll back down from a fiero GT with a Supercharged L-67 in it. http://www.fastfieros.com/3800_registry.htm
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Nneed your guys imput? I had in mind slappin in a supercharger. BUT

what make and year bonni does it have to come off of and what all components will i

need??? like computer exc.? I guess a detailed explination would work, i'm kinda

dumbfounded when it comes to this!
Oh also check this website out everyone here should also view this for good techinfo knowledge. http://www.fastfieros.com/tech/3800_FAQ.htm
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