I believe I do. I just need to go through the parts. There's quite a bit here. I know I have the timing cover and water pump and I'm sure I'll find the rest.Do you have the passenger side bracket. Be interested to see those differences...alternator location also.
That's my goal. I don't think it will be too bad. I've checked the inside of everything and it all looks good. I will post pictures shortly. Everything internally looks stock to me. I've been looking at aftermarket ecus. Anything input on that would be great.to me it looks like someone else might have got their hands on it along the line
I don't see why it wouldn't be simple enough to get her running though. She seems pretty much intact.
I'm have been trying to figure the supercharger out. Heavily modified. About 2inchs longer then m90. It has a eaton serial number on it. I was thinking about contacting them to see if they could give me info on it.The blower looks extremely modified, so idk if Id say thats it.
There must have been another reason.
I think that would just how complicated it was to build/run. Plus from a reliability stand point. Running the staged injection set up in 1989 would have been a big task ECM wise. Plus we all know by now the 3.8s HG issues, maybe they ran into similar problems.
Obviously all we can do is guess its purpose and why nothing ever came from it. But the parts it has are incredible imo.
The blower looks like its extended, with mid body welds and the extra short snout. I dont know when the M112 or M122 were released but it almost looks like a precursor to those size wise.
Id love to know the cam specs and what internals its running. As well as a look at the heads.