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Buckscamaro 09-17-2019 09:38 PM

Magnuson supercharger install
 
Hey everyone,

In all honesty I don’t know how this install will end, but I figured I share with the community that has been a wealth of knowledge for me. I have gathered a lot of information from this forum. I mean, even got my Maggie used on here lol. Nevertheless I have a YouTube channel which vlogs all this car stuff so please check out my build. The link to the video will show the first part of the install, enjoy. Also, if you guys can share any feed back, please do so. Thank you.

Current mods:

2016 camaro ss M6

Stock intake, with cut box and green filter
Shorty hooker black heart headers
Borla mids
Magnaflow axle back (npp)
Skid mark garage e85 (will probably just run 91 for this)
Granatelli performance wires
Ngktr7s
Gforce entry level axles
Forge star drag pack

Kpfabandtune will be tunning car

I have a Katech 103 I might make fit, if not will use stock Tb.


Please check out my video and subscribe �� for the whole install

Part 1: front bumper removal
https://youtu.be/L2p5p8YAnww

Part 2: removing the air intake / manifold
https://youtu.be/iWVk5AsMUfw

Part 3: re-routing Pcv valve and removing e fans
https://youtu.be/XaeOnMVzrcE

Part 4: Removing lt1 pulley
https://youtu.be/dgWspXm271Q

Part 5: Installing pulley
https://youtu.be/HjTIgIpmmmY

Part 6: Missing parts Rant and some time lapse
https://youtu.be/EJTz3StWqLM

Part:7 porting of the snout
https://youtu.be/wMOxQPb-t8w

Part 8: keeping it cool with Granatelli’s new 160 degree thermostat
https://youtu.be/0Wh2yVgy_zg
Video updates, sorry I haven’t been updating these but here ya go!


The dyno session
https://youtu.be/F9jUxI3CZb4

laynlo15 09-18-2019 05:36 AM

Cool deal, glad you got all your parts together

GooseSS 09-18-2019 08:55 AM

Nice!

Buckscamaro 09-18-2019 10:11 AM

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Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10622027)
Cool deal, glad you got all your parts together

Thanks you, I almost have everything. Just waiting on the intercooler pump, hoses and wiring/relay. Do you think the stock fuel system can handle the above mods? Really looking into alky control as a supplemental fuel system.

laynlo15 09-18-2019 10:14 AM

Not the e85? I think you'll run out of fueling.

Buckscamaro 09-18-2019 10:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GooseSS (Post 10622136)
Nice!

Thank you sir

Buckscamaro 09-18-2019 10:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10622219)
Not the e85? I think you'll run out of fueling.

Oh ok, so if I stick with 91 on the stock pulley, we should be good.

laynlo15 09-18-2019 01:31 PM

Yep.

Buckscamaro 09-24-2019 08:21 PM

Moving along pretty slow but here is part 2. Thank you all who is following the build ��

https://youtu.be/iWVk5AsMUfw

GooseSS 09-24-2019 10:10 PM

This is great content, thanks for putting this together! Way to grab that last in/lb lol.

ramairroughneck 09-25-2019 11:48 AM

Good stuff. Love your videos

Buckscamaro 09-26-2019 02:32 AM

Thanks guys can’t wait to hear it turn on lol

laynlo15 09-26-2019 05:57 AM

Roll on my man.

Buckscamaro 09-28-2019 01:29 AM

okay guys, part 3 has hit the channel. I Apologize for some poor camera angles on this one. But I think it still showed some good key points.

Pt3. Re-routing the pvc valve and e-fan removal, in preparation for the harmonic balancer removal.

https://youtu.be/XaeOnMVzrcE

Buckscamaro 10-18-2019 09:49 AM

Videos added to post. Sorry this has been taking too long but I’m trying guys.

Another update should drop on the channel today. So far the install has been pretty easy even considering the missing parts and delays.

EDFHOBBIES 10-18-2019 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10627740)
Roll on my man.


Watching Gs Video part 6 I noticed at about 5:04 seconds it shows the Heat exchanger.. By the looks of it, its only 1 inch thick if that.


What goes in to thought when designing the heat exchanger on how much heat it can handle/dissipate?

I find it odd that both Weapon X and Prospeed use 2 inch cores and this one is half as thick?

Then on the other hand the ADM one is barely over an inch to..

Does anyone have the idea on the sweet spot for thickness at magnuson? Thick isn't always a good thing and cores manufacture plays a big part in the game..

Is a thicker one required for bigger builds?

Buckscamaro 10-18-2019 11:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EDFHOBBIES (Post 10643167)
Watching Gs Video part 6 I noticed at about 5:04 seconds it shows the Heat exchanger.. By the looks of it, its only 1 inch thick if that.


What goes in to thought when designing the heat exchanger on how much heat it can handle/dissipate?

I find it odd that both Weapon X and Prospeed use 2 inch cores and this one is half as thick?

Then on the other hand the ADM one is barely over an inch to..

Does anyone have the idea on the sweet spot for thickness at magnuson? Thick isn't always a good thing and cores manufacture plays a big part in the game..

Is a thicker one required for bigger builds?

Good catch I thought the same thing! From everything Iím reading looks like these blower suffer a lot from heat soak. It will be fun to swap it out for a bigger one and see what happens?

I wonder if by making it thicker the air flow to the engine decreases making it run hotter? Interesting for sure why so thin!

Buckscamaro 11-06-2019 12:01 AM

Well ladies and gentlemen it took me forever but here’s the dyno day! Car was putting down good power before my dummie mistake of putting the wrong tires on dyno ended my session

The dyno day: 520 horse but there’s more to come

https://youtu.be/F9jUxI3CZb4

laynlo15 11-06-2019 08:07 AM

I didn't really have any issues with heat soak on my 2300.

Buckscamaro 11-06-2019 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10655549)
I didn't really have any issues with heat soak on my 2300.

Yeah we didnít either but I was spraying water on it to make sure it wouldnít get hot. I been driving around town and just love it. Drives so great but once you step on it, omg it rocks. Great set up to have, I can honestly say so!

laynlo15 11-06-2019 03:36 PM

Cool, there is so much more power you can make for more fun.

iosigma 12-15-2019 06:12 PM

Hey man! Watch through the videos on the build today! Great job!. It's definitely videos like this people need to see so the shade tree mechanic can see they can do it themselves. I just got my maggie 2300 in this week! Will be starting my build next week!

laynlo15 12-15-2019 08:58 PM

Congrats sigma, are you tuning or using our programming.

iosigma 12-15-2019 09:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10680491)
Congrats sigma, are you tuning or using our programming.

Using the provided program, haven't started the install yet. I've got plenty of tools, but collecting just a few more to make life easier.

laynlo15 12-16-2019 05:41 AM

Let me know if you have any questions, just PM me.

L78toLT1 12-16-2019 07:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by laynlo15 (Post 10655549)
I didn't really have any issues with heat soak on my 2300.

No heat issues what-so-ever with the 2300 & 85mm pulley. I made at least 20 - 25 passes, back to back, in 95 degree heat at this years Camaro Fest. Trapped 130 - 132 every time. I didn't log so I'm not sure what my IAT was, but obviously it did not pull any timing.


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