Magna Charger systems are manufactured to produce about 20 RWHP per pound of boost at sea level. High altitudes will produce different numbers. Magna Charger kits are designed for engines in good mechanical condition only. Installation on high mileage or damaged engines is not recommended and may result in engine failure, for which manufacturer do not takes responsiblilty. [...]
Archive for June, 2010
Start the supercharger installation by removing the lower rear seat cushion by pushing in at the base and then pulling up. Remove the cushion to gain access to the two rear fuse centers located where the carpet meet the seat base.Remove the stock “Fuel Pump Mtr” fuse and replace it with the 30 amp fuse [...]
Use your 10-mm socket and ratchet to remove two (2) washer nuts from the inside of the small cubby hole under the radio and airbag switch. Set the washers aside. Remove two (2) 10-mm screws from the bezel below the steering column. Set the screws aside. Pull the bezel toward you releasing six (6) clips. [...]
INSTALLATION 1. Raise and support the front of the vehicle.2. Remove the front wheels and the splash pan under the radiator. Discard splash pan, it will not be reused.3. Remove both shipping hooks located on the front frame rails by unbolting (3) 10mm bolts holding each bracket. Save the bolts for re-installation.
These Hi-tech Button Knobs can be used to control any 12-volt function in your vehicle. They feature a momentary switch in a billet aluminum anodized knob. Suitable for nitrous or line lock systems. Fits metric thread sizes: M16×1.5, M12×1.75, M12×1.25, M10×1.5 and M10×1.25 shifter sticks. Knob measures 3.75” in height.
This intake manifold has been engineered by Advanced Engine Breathing Systems (AEBS) to directlyreplace the stock manifold and produce substantially more power in the 3,000 to 8,000 rpm range.Designed as a very high performance street manifold, it is equally at home on street or the strip. Dyno test shave shown significant performance improvements over this [...]