1997gtp supercharger

Asked by Nov 11, 2015 at 09:00 AM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put a new super charger engine in now my regular engine my mechanics and I
blew a piston by driving it with a bad pulley I can't find an engine for my 1997
supercharger and I cannot part with my car is the piston is the engine
repairable

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If you have tons of money you can do most anything. Rebuilding your engine, which may require a new block as well as the piston can be done but it will cost thousands. I would keep searching for a used engine from a 97 GTP. Widen your search to all of the US. You may have to have it shipped from far away but a used engine with freight will still cost way less than rebuilding yours. Whatever you do its going to cost a lot and take weeks if not months to get your car back. If that scenario works for you then go for it, if not its time to bid your beloved car goodbye and move on to something newer. Well cared for Supercharged GTPs are everywhere and are not expensive. Good luck.

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