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    Where can I find a supercharger for a 93 cutlass ciera? I'm looking to do some modification to it and could anyone tell when what I should start with before doing actual mods?



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    My honest opinion all the fabrications and what not to your current engine . Just drop a 3.8 l67 supercharged motor from a 97-2002 gm car with one . Grab the complete computer and wiring harness . Some have build custom turbo set ups as well . But general rule of thumb set up suspension and brakes first then do it all in stages . You donít need to drop a addition 50-100 hp and the torque provided causes crash from a bad ball joint or outter tie rod end letting go . The good thing about these cars they are pretty light . I hope this is just a wise start to your build I have seen tons of guys build there cars correct and had that happy positive reaction from the addition power curve and torque also did it correctly .

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    I saw a beretta with the 3.1 that had one on it and it worked fine, but not sure how they made it work.

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    If you want bolt ons, find a Series I 3800 supercharged. They have the Eaton M62. Less boost than the 3800 Series II M90, but the M62 has lower intake air temps, meaning lower chances of detonation ceteris paribus. The 1992-1993 3300 & 3800 Series I shared the same cylinder heads. It's basically all bolt-on, add the wiring harness & ECM to make things real easy. I haven't tried it myself merely because I hadn't found a blown 3800 Series I myself to experiment with.
    What is this & what does pulling it out do?

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