Yes, but I'm not sure that the 4100 is a good candidate.
With that said, the turbo from the 3.8 is probably good for more than
300 horse worth of air, but it'll be much happier at 250-275 worth.
" <ljloffice@y...> wrote:
> DO YOU SUPPOSE IT'S POSSIBLE TO INSTALL (ONE ) TURBO TO A CADILLAC
> 4100 ??? I HAVE A 9 POINT CAR WITH A 10 POINT ENGINE, DUE TO
> CAR IN BARN FOR 15 YEARS AND ENGINE OK DUE TO USE OF " LUCAS "
> BEARING ADDITIVIES.
> I have an old Buick 3.8 with turbo, engine is blown..
> thanks ever, barclay, ( downtown Nebraska ).
> --- In
> Cadillac_Performance_Association@yahoogroups.com, "larouchedem"
> <dbrode@h...> wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > Just joined. My project has been a long term one. One more
> > should do it, I hope. No time during summer [motorcycle and house
> > project season].
> > '67 chevy pro-street style pu. Narrowed rear. 511" with
> > pontiac valves in 126cc heads, 7" olds rods, KB 18cc dish 454
> > blower pistons for 8.1-1 CR. Comp Cams custom grind turbo cam.
> > Rocker Arm Specialist's Ford FE shaft rockers. Two TB0305
> > from circa 1980 301" TransAms. Turbos are good for 330 or so
> > air each at 12 psi or so. Tubular manifolds built from 14 ga
> > and 3/8" steel flanges. Will have two 600 holleys.
> > Glad to be here. I liked Al's group, but since he is in the
> > and is the group boss, it was a bit limited in some ways.
> > [no flame to Al intended]
> > Dave Brode
> > Frostburg, MD