Supercharger & and turbo exhaust system

Asked by Apr 24, 2017 at 06:08 AM about the 1995 Buick Riviera Supercharged Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is it possible to put a superchager on the engine
and turbo exhaust and come up with more
power???

7 Answers

50

no, they are two different animals, designed to make power in two different ways, two totally different schools of thought

83,215

It might be possible but excessive boost would melt your engine down.

1,630

Your post indicates you already have the supercharged engine in your Riviera. Yes you could add or modify your exhaust to gain power.

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How so?

83,215

Headers and a low restriction exhaust.

1,630

There are a few companies that make performance pieces for the 3800 V6 and they will have headers, bigger cat converters and low restriction mufflers. You can also change the blower pulley, a smaller one will turn the blower faster giving more boost....but do the exhaust first

Dope im on it

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