3800 series 2 m112 supercharger plate?

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Asked by Jul 28, 2016 at 07:49 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 00 Grand Prix Gtp I'm really looking to
further boost. So I've done quit a bit research and
I've heard of the gen 5 m90 and that being an
option but I'm really interested in taking it a step
further with the m112. I've read it's been done and
I'm wondering where I can find the supercharger
plate I'd need to fit an m112 on my 3800 v6?

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Try Magnuson they used to develop the M112 for real power on 3800's You can always fabricate it or have it done. How's your TIG skill set.

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I'm hoping to not have to have one fully fabricated. I have a friend who can TIG. I'll check Magnuson though. Thank you.

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