I don't see why it wouldn't be possible except that without the
supercharger you will have an engine that barely moves. I would think
that they lowered the compression quite a bit to make up for the extra
air that the supercharger puts in. You should check on the
specifications before thinking about running the engine normally
aspirated out on the road.
As to the question at hand, you might need a complete accessory mount
system from a donor car to make it right. Again you need to look into
the design specs before possibly wasting money on changing the engine
over to normally aspirated.
68' Camaro RS
88' Firebird Formula
00' Mustang GT Vert
IIRC, the comp. ratio on the supercharged engine was only 1/2 point
below the non-supercharged version--kinda like 8.0:1 vs. 8.5:1. Heard some
people claiming to run regular vs. premium due to its lower comp. ratio!!!
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