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Park Avenue "ultra" supercharger adaptations??

Just picked up a eaton supercharger blower from a Buick Park avenue Ultra ('97??) and was wondering if anyone knows of adapters to the older Chevy intakes or Other cars/engines..
You know, websites, forums yadda yadda..

OH, and does it sping (from the pulley end) c/wise or ccw?
I thought it was cw.

I have a older Turbo T-type draw through setup and thought of adapting the intake instead of a throttlebody, going to a draw through Rochester setup from the T-type and not have to worry about the electronics..

And if anyone knows of the CFM rating or specs.
I've done the searches but really don't know what model of supercharger it ACTUALLY is.

Thanks for your help guys.

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I have fabbed up a couple of manifolds for flathead Fords using this supercharger, but haven't seen any commercially available for popular engines.

These are for smaller 250 or so ci. in. engines and the internal seals are made for dry intake charge with fuel added downstream.
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It spins CW. Does an M90 sound right?
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Cobalt. For some reason E-30 was stuck in my head..

Maybe I'll just clean it up and put it on C/L

I tried the EATON website for 'what they tout as for performance upgrades and adapters' to NO avail..
I'd probably get more from Youtube.

Thanks Guys.
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Cobalt. For some reason E-30 was stuck in my head..

Maybe I'll just clean it up and put it on C/L

I tried the EATON website for 'what they tout as for performance upgrades and adapters' to NO avail..
I'd probably get more from Youtube.

Thanks Guys.
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Eaton does not make adaptors for it, they do have blower curves for their current line, they may give you one for the older model with a phone call but I'm sure their engineers have better things to do.
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3800 SC's are cool. Theres a group online thats all into these things. Fiero guys love those motors. In theory you CAN turn the blower around and mount it on a 3800 from a camaro firebird, but you need a lot of firewall clearence to run the 90 deg intake elbow. I had a 3800SC series 2 in my 00 Regal GS...240ft pds is fun in that car. And the sound is kinda fun LOL
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You need to adapt it, fabricate brackets and stuff

This is an example 92-firebird-supercharged-ls1

there are a lot of videos and projects aout there that can give you Ideas
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Edelbrock makes a eaton style supercharger, the E force for the sbc. Has a sbc baseplate. Otherwise, dont know a thing about it.
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