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MagnaCharger previews new supercharger system for the 2005-2009 Mustang GT

By - May 12, 2011 – 8:06 am3 Comments | 2,833 views

Magnacharger TVS1900 Mustang Supercharger System

While most of the new supercharger systems released in the last year have been for the 2011+ 5.0 Mustang, MagnaCharger has been hard at work on a new system for the 2005-2009 Mustang with the 3V 4.6L V8. The  highlight of the package is the new Magnuson MP1900 TVS supercharger that is much more efficient than the MP112 Eaton blower used on Magnacharger’s previous package for the first generation S197 Mustang. The system comes as a complete bolt-on setup with an intercooler.

“The new system will offer similar gains out of the box to the older MP112 system,” Magnacharger’s Jon Barrett told us. “The biggest benefit to the new system is the efficiency of the TVS rotors that far exceed the older MP112. Not only is it capable of moving more air (and therefore creating more HP), but it runs much quieter and cooler than the 112 – creating much lower IATs (internal air temperatures). The reason we went with the TVS1900 over the 2300 is that it is the RIGHT sized supercharger for the car. The TVS1900 is capable of supporting upwards of 650 hp at the rear wheels (the 3V 4.6 pretty much eats itself alive at 450 rwhp with a stock bottom end) and takes less power to drive than the 2300. At the speeds the 1900 spins on this motor it is also staying more in its efficiency range than a 2300 would.”

Final pricing and horsepower numbers have not yet been released, but expect the MagnaCharger system to cost right around competitive systems and offer approximately 120 horsepower and lb-ft torque at the rear wheels. Both a black powder coat and a chrome powder finish will be offered.

 

 




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