Magna Charger Releases Supercharger for 2005-'06 Mustangs

Magna Charger Releases Supercharger for 2005-’06 Mustangs

Now you can have the awesome performance of Ford's famed GT500 and Supercharged Mustang SVT without the hefty price tag. What separates these legendary Mustangs from the rest is the proven broad-range power and flexibility of a roots/hybrid supercharger.

Now you can have the awesome performance of Ford’s famed GT500 and Supercharged Mustang SVT without the hefty price tag. What separates these legendary Mustangs from the rest is the proven broad-range power and flexibility of a roots/hybrid supercharger. Magna Charger offers a custom version of this roots/hybrid supercharger with an integral air-to-water intercooler for unmatched performance, Unlike other styles of superchargers, the Magna Charger produces 4 psi of boost at just 1500 rpm to rocket you off the line, peaking with 7.5 psi and a tire-shredding 120 hp power increase at the wheels.

What makes this type of power gain possible, repeatable and reliable is the Magna Charger-designed intake manifold that features tuned equal length runners for precise cylinder-to-cylinder mixture and detonation control (each cylinder gets exactly the same boost and fuel mixture). A unique internal bypass valve reduces supercharger drag to just one horsepower under normal driving and provides instantaneous boost with just the lightest touch of the throttle.

You’ll also love the way the Magna Charger looks under your hood. Available in polished or satin finish, the Magna Charger fits and works like it was installed at the factory. Just install it and forget it! In fact, Magnuson Products offers an optional 3-year, 36,000-mile full powertrain warranty for your vehicle. Everything down to the smallest detail is included with the supercharger so you can be assured that the installation will go smoothly and easily.

For additional information on the Mustang supercharger system, or other Magnuson products visit: or Magnuson Products, 1990 Knoll Drive, Ventura, CA 93003, (805) 642-8833, fx (805) 677-4897.

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