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TVS 2650? #2588543
12/07/18 12:51 PM
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Anyone running one? I see quite a few guys running Whipples, but not too many Magnusons...

http://www.magnusonsuperchargers.com/product-p/01-26-62-501-bl.htm


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Re: TVS 2650? [Re: OUTLAWD] #2588576
12/07/18 01:50 PM
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Are you putting this on a Hellcat engine? The reason I ask is there are many good choices out there. The 2650 is a good design, Edelbrock also makes one and I have personal experience with them.

Could we get some info on your engine, etc and we can possibly steer you in the right direction.

Re: TVS 2650? [Re: OUTLAWD] #2589899
12/10/18 04:24 PM
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Not specifically related to a build...

A while back I asked Magnuson about a lower manifold for non-hellcat applications, and they indicated they didn't have one on the shelf, but I wonder if their casting protects for both hellcat and non-hellcat bolt patterns...There is a member here making adapters though.

The E-brock unit looks like it uses shrouded compressor inlet, but no jackshaft. Ive been told the un-obstructed inlet only makes a difference beyond 18k rpm.

I have worked quite a bit with the Magnuson unit in a brand X application, and its quite an impressive piece. It almost has me looking at blowers rather than hair dryers for my next project


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Re: TVS 2650? [Re: OUTLAWD] #2592156
12/15/18 12:53 AM
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Its pretty tough to build anything G3 when you call around and nobody has any used blocks...


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Re: TVS 2650? [Re: OUTLAWD] #2593644
12/18/18 09:43 AM
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Why are used blocks hard to find?

Re: TVS 2650? [Re: dizuster] #2593721
12/18/18 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted By dizuster
Why are used blocks hard to find?
Junkyard s in NY suck that's why, I usually go out to NJ or PA.


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