Question about Pontiac Cars & Trucks
Well yes and no, anything is possible with enough work and or money. You can install it on another vehicle but without proper tuning you will do damage to the engine ... that being said there are several ways to sort this out. Custom tuning and bigger injectors and a fuel controller with a boost sensor input would be good or if you can swap wiring and computers that would work as well but is a bit of an undertaking. And really it comes down to how much boost you plan on running if the supercharger has the stock pulley you might be able to just get away with a tune hope that helps .... ps apex fuel controllers are pretty cheap and fairly easy to install. Pss. Some will tell you to do a boost referenced fuel pressure regulator and bump fuel pressure up to compensate... In my experience I have found this approach doesn't work well at all and is pretty unreliable
Posted on Dec 02, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The oil should be changed every 30K miles according to the Pontiac manual.
However, it is best to change it sooner or whenever you don't know when the last change was done.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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