One major difference to consider is the intake manifold. The FWD
cars, the supercharged and think the N/A as weel, the throttle body is
at the rear of the engine (relative to the crank). This is fine in
the FWD application...it just goes above the transmission and puts the
airbox in there somewhere. For a RWD application the TB is usually in
front. In other GM cars the supercharger would interfere with the
firewall. Might be possible to flip it around with a custom manifold
and pulley arrangement, as the S/C is driven by a shaft from in front
of the engine.
I'd suggest sticking to the Camaro/Firebird 3800. Make sure you can
tell the difference between a 3400 and a 3800. I don't remember which
years had which, but the 3400 is clearly inferior, and 60 degree vs.
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