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Supercharger for a 4.0 OHV


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Just curious can you take an old Pontiac GTP supercharger and run it on the 4.0 OHV?
 


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Well it isn't bolt-on if that's what you are asking.

IIRC that is an Eaton M90, which has been done, but without an under drive pulley it is a little big.
 

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Well it isn't bolt-on if that's what you are asking.

IIRC that is an Eaton M90, which has been done, but without an under drive pulley it is a little big.
See if I make my own adapter plate it should work correct?
 

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Yes, I think the m80 is preferred, but the m90 has been done.
 


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