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Old 07-19-2020, 12:40 PM   #1
Thomasf
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Default Supercharging 1987 2.3l redblock

I have a boat that has less power than my liking and also have an m90 supercharger off of a gm 3.8l Buick park avenue that through a rod. My only costs would be charge air cooler and pipes, belt/pulley assemblies, and possibly a car intake manifold to eliminate one of the two carbs. I know this has been done before but canít find a detailed parts list and am looking for as much knowledge as possible to avoid as much down time as possible. I know this isnít a boat thread but the supercharging process should be very very similar.
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Old 07-21-2020, 01:47 AM   #2
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Mostly when people bring up putting a m90 supercharger on a redblock they get told to turbo it and end up running their car NA forever.

Best bet would be a Kjet intake and lots of welding experience
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