Suppose you’re a 2019+ GMC Sierra 1500 or Chevrolet Silverado 1500 owner with either a 5.3L or 6.2L V8 engine. In that case, you’re in for some fun with the Lingenfelter Magnuson Intercooled Supercharger System, which comes as either a self-install kit or with included installation for a little extra. With this extra power, you could give Ram TRX and Ford F-150 Raptor R owners a run for their money.
Lingenfelter Magnuson Supercharger System: Details
The Lingenfelter-exclusive Magnuson GM Magnum DI 5.3L & 6.2L 2019+ Supercharger System adds an additional 45+% of usable horsepower, thus increasing acceleration in all aspects, whether it’s towing performance, or going off-road. Lingenfelter claims that there’s little effect on fuel economy. The the Lingenfelter-Magnuson supercharger kit includes:
- Eaton Advanced (TS R) High Helic Four-Lobe Technology for Maximum Efficiency Across Entire Speed Range
- Maximum Cooling Through Unique Lid and Intercooler Geometry to Optimize Air-Flow Across the Charge Air Intercooler
- Dynamic Flow Tuning (DFT) Inlet Porting
- Utilizes Factory Beltline
- Maintenance Free Supercharger Technology
- Compatible with L86 90 mm Throttle Body, LT5 95 mm Throttle Body, or Nick Williams 103
- 3-Year/36,000 Mile Warranty
The Lingenfelter Exclusive Magnuson GM Magnum Supercharger System brings the output of the 6.2 Liter Engines to 650 horsepower and 630 lb-ft of torque. The 5.3 Liter Engine power is increased to 545 ponies and 535 lb-ft of torque. It’s also important to note that the 5.3L engines will need a 6.2-liter throttle body, such as the Lingenfelter ported LT5 95 mm throttle body, which would add to the overall price.
Pricing for the Lingenfelter-Magnuson supercharger system starts at $9,199 a la carte. But if you want to have the system installed for you, the price is increased by $3,296, bringing the total to around $12,495.