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Magnuson MP90 4th Generation Supercharger
Magnuson MP90 4th Generation Supercharger


 
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The Magnuson MP90 is a hybrid/roots-style supercharger featuring an Eaton rotor assembly, which displaces 90 cubic inches per revolution.
Not only was the MP90 built to increase your engine's horsepower and torque, it was also designed to maintain your vehicle’s factory dependability, drivability, and fuel economy (under normal driving conditions). What’s more, “S Port” technology and an integral bypass are included in each 4th Generation Magna Charger for unparalleled performance. Adiabatic efficiency, delta temperature, and engine power requirements have all been improved, and the inlet and outlet track is now more than 90% volumetrically efficient, thanks to years of research.

The MP90 was engineered for midsized fuel injected engines, ranging in displacement from 3.0 to 5.7 liters. Although it may be tempting, to install the largest possible blower that will fit under your hood, Magnuson's engineers recommend selecting the smallest supercharger that will provide your desired boost level. Remember, proper supercharger sizing ensures that your car will achieve boost at the lowest possible RPM, thus maintaining the responsiveness and street-ability of your engine’s power band.

Eaton has produced original equipment versions of the MP90 for Ford (Super Coupe) and General Motors (GM 3800 Series L67 and L32). The MP90 has also proven itself in a number of naturally aspirated to forced induction transformations, including the Ford Mustang GT, Ford Explorer, Pontiac Grand Prix, and Jeep Cherokee. As with Magnuson’s other bare superchargers the MP90 can be configured with a variety of options to meet your needs.

Warranty
Generic head units have a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty against manufacturing defects. This only applies to the original head unit purchased from Magnuson.