Magnuson Superchargers Announces the TVS2650 Hot Rod Kit for LS3 and LSA Engines

Magnuson Superchargers have made a huge announcement today with their TVS2650 Hot Rod supercharger kit for LSA and LS3 powered muscle cars, hot rods and various LSA/3 swapped vehicles. Designed for LS3/A headed LS-series engines, this changes everythign!

Truthfully, we knew this was coming, as Magnuson has kept us in on the loop for a while, as well as the unveiled prototype 6th-gen LT1 2650 Kit at SEMA 2017.

Official Release:

Magnuson GM LS3 / LSA TVS2650 ‘Hot Rod’ System

Available now is Magnuson’s newest and highest horsepower producing product ever – the astounding TVS2650 ‘Hot Rod’ kit for LS3 based engine applications. Custom designed for all GM engine applications with LS3 heads and LS3 and LSA drive systems, this jack-shaft-based system is geared for your high horsepower hot rod and race car applications capable of up to 1,500HP, with appropriate engine modifications. Only $6,995!
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  • Magnuson TVS2650 Supercharger system P/N 05-00-26-153-BL complete with LS3/LSA manifold, intercooler and jackshaft drive
  • Includes TVS2650 Rotors with Eaton TVS(r) Technology incorporating high helix, four lobe rotors for maximum supercharger efficiency across entire speed range
  • Patent-pending Supercharger housing designed to deliver huge airflow at high engine speeds for maximum horsepower levels
  • Low maintenance cartridge style jackshaft system with high torque/low inertia carbon fiber driveshaft
  • High capacity charge air cooler allowing maximum flow with extremely high cooling efficiency.
  • High flow inlet duct designed for electronic throttles with GM LT5 bolt pattern. Also works with Magnuson’s 109mm mechanical throttle body P/N 98-05-40-007
  • Interchangeable rear cog belt system allowing for drive ratio optimization. Supplied with standard 32 and 34 tooth cogs for up to 6% overdrive of front pulley
  • Fast response, vacuum bypass system designed to unload supercharger at engine idle speeds and allow intercooled air to be recirculated through the supercharger for rapid cooldown

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