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I have the opportunity to get a 3800 supercharger off of a 96 Oldsmobile will this fit onto the 3400 series engine.

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This is GAOC all over again. Ahhh memories... :dancingpontiac:

The M90 blower will not work. The L36/L67 is a 90*V6, the valley pan is different, and won't work on the LA1. The only Eaton blower was the M62, and those are few and far between.

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Thanks I was not sure and it was a good price -- less than $100.00 and I have a couple buddies looking for them for their V6's and since we are mostly old V8 guys we do are not a comfortable with the higher technology based engines.

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Check out www.60degreeV6.com. Loads of info on the LA1 motor, both maintainence and performance-wise. Amazing site with some fast cars.

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Check out www.60degreeV6.com. Loads of info on the LA1 motor, both maintainence and performance-wise. Amazing site with some fast cars.

:welcomeFP::lol2::lol2:B) 90 degree 6 vs 60.....not gonna happen. or i woulda SC'd my 3.9 haha

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:D:agreed::woot::agreed: 90 degree 6 vs 60.....not gonna happen. or i woulda SC'd my 3.9 haha

:lol2: but :agreed:

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