Lingenfelter had made a name for themselves with General Motors vehicle tuning and racing decades ago, already.From Corvette to Camaro, and everything in between, Lingenfelter has been cranking out the hardware we need to succeed at the drag strip, race track and on the street.
Of course, that technology and experience can trickle down to the pickup trucks we rely on for the daily grind. Since 1999, full-sized GM trucks have relied on LS and more recently, LT engines for motivation. Most of the hardware that we implement into our Camaros and Corvettes carryover, and Lingenfelter understands all of this. That’s why, they’ve announced a supercharger kit from our friends at Magnuson.
Lingenfelter Launches Exclusive Magnuson C8 Intercooled Supercharger Package for 2019+ 5.3L & 6.2L GM Trucks
Lingenfelter and Magnuson combine their innovative engineering expertise to unleash +45% more horsepower for 2019 and later DI 5.3L and 6.2L General Motors Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra Trucks.
Magnuson’s TVS 2650 GM DI Truck Intercooled Supercharger (CARB-pending) is paired with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering’s integrated control system giving trucks an additional 150+ RWHP and 100 RWTQ offering incredible acceleration, improved towing performance, and enhanced off-road ability while retaining excellent drivability and little change to fuel economy.
The supercharger utilizes advanced Eaton TVS (r) high helix four-lobe rotor technology for maximum efficiency across the entire RPM range. In addition, a unique lid and intercooler geometry was developed to optimize airflow evenly across the high-efficiency charge air intercooler for maximum cooling.
The Lingenfelter exclusive Magnuson TVS 2650 Supercharger is an all-inclusive, technically advanced package designed to fit L86 heads. The inlet features patented DFT porting and is compatible with a stock L86 90mm throttle body, LT5 95mm Lingenfelter Performance Engineering Ported LT5 95 mm Throttle Body, and up to a Nick Williams 103mm.
For more information or to schedule an install at a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering Build Centers, give us a call at (260) 724-2552, send an email to email@example.com.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.