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I'm considering various superchargers. Now this seems to be the largest supercharger that Magnuson puts out. On a LS2 motor would I need to do anything with the lower end in order to run this blower?

What hood options are out there that will work with this supercharger?
 

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racing buddy had Century 21 in Dallas put in his and includes a warranty. you will need a BAP and he had trouble with that issue. Ill see if i can find some pics

you will need a hood and now there are way more than in the beginning, just gotta decide on one

here it is in the box
 

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Magnuson 2300 Z06 doing a burn out :burnout:

 

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How much difference is there between Magnuson's 1900 and 2300?
 

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Would this supercharger require a modified fuel system?
 

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Good lord! What block and what other mods?
Here's the video:


How much difference is there between Magnuson's 1900 and 2300?
If you plan on making more than 8 PSI or use a larger engine then you want the 2300. Otherwise with a stock engine, about 7 PSI and the 1900.

Would this supercharger require a modified fuel system?
Generally speaking, yes. As you increase the overall Horsepower your fuel requirements will go up. GM engineers their fuel systems at approximately 30% over the rated HP. This is mostly to ensure enough fuel if the Catalytic Overtemperature Monitor is enabled which dumps additional fuel to prevent the cats from melting down.
 

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Great blower, but the car doesn't sound like it has a supercharger. Isn't the Magnuson suppose to put out a whining noise?
"Maggies" don't whine.
 
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