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  1. This is a brand new 2.8 inch (71.12 mm) 6-rib pulley that I have to take a loss on. I installed it, turned on the engine, threw the belt, and realized that the offset was wrong for my blower (which meant this pulley stuck out too far and misaligned my belt). Oh well, can't dwell over it, just gotta sell it. So yes, this pulley has ZERO miles on it. If you don't know about GripTec pulleys, here is the link to the one I am selling. Basically, the ribs and grooves are roughed up like sandpaper so there is less belt slip, less knock, and more boost. Magnuson TVS Pulley 7075-T6 Ø 2.80" 6Rib Level 3 Black Ti bolts - Z-Industries, Inc. Store I'm located near Van Nuys, CA and will ship anywhere in the US for $110 total.
  2. Any used complete whipple or magnuson supercharger tvs1900 or tvs2300 kits for sale? Looking for a complete used kit for my 16 5.3. Not going to pay 1k less then retail for a used kit.
  3. Hello, I have a 2017 Sierra SLT Crew Cab 6.2L with a Magnuson TVS1900 on it. The pulley and boost are stock from Magnuson, so probably 8psi max boost. I want/need to replace the spark plugs because I get a little bit of ping when really engaging the supercharger. The ping is very short and goes away, but it even does it with around a 94 octane (mixed 91 with 100). It is much, much better with the 94 octane, but it is still detectable. My questions are: 1) Should I get a one or two step colder plug? 2) Should I lessen the gap to 0.028in or 0.03in? 3) Should I get projected or non-projected tips? 4) THE BIG QUESTION, do I need to get the exact same size plug as the stock ACDelco 41-114 (aka GM part number 12622441)? The REACH is what seems to be different. I believe the stock plug specs are: Heat range: 16 Gap size: 0.04in (1.02mm) Reach: 0.98in (25mm) THIS IS WHERE THE NGK PLUGS DIFFER Hex size: M16 Insulator height: 0.99in (25.3mm) Seat: Tapered The plugs I am considering are Brisk (which have the SAME reach) and NGK (which have a DIFFERENT reach). Eight of the Brisk plugs is way more expensive than NGK. Brisk RR14YS - two steps colder, projected tip, 0.028in gap, same REACH as stock Brisk RR14S - two steps colder, non-projected tip, 0.03in gap, same REACH as stock Brisk RR15YS - one step colder, projected tip, 0.028in gap, same REACH as stock Brisk RR15S - one step colder, non-projected tip, 0.028in gap, same REACH as stock NGK BR7EF 3346 - two steps colder, non-projected tip, 0.28in gap, 0.709in (18mm) REACH which is different than stock NGK BR6EF 3177 - same but one step colder
  4. 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT 2WD Magnuson Supercharger 3.43 gears 5.3 L CLEAN TITLE NO ACCIDENTS 34,610 Miles $42,000 NOTE: THE MAGNUSON SUPERCHARGER IS FULLY COVERED BY GM AND DOES NOT VOID ANY WARRANTY/COVERAGE. 3YEAR/36,000 Miles. http://www.magnusons...9-53-185-bl.htm FACTORY OPTIONS: This truck is loaded with every option available (equipped like Denali). The only reason I bought the SLT was so I could get this Bronze Alloy color. The truck has heated/cooled seats, Bose premium sound, full leather, heated steering wheel, sunroof, dual climate, adjustable pedals, led bed lighting etc. TECHNOLOGY AND PREMIUM OPTIONS: including lane departure warning, forward collision alert, Sirius XM, Bose Premium Sound, back up camera and front and rear parking sensors. Truck has the towing package including 3.43 gears. UPGRADES: -Truck comes with a MAGNUSON tv2300 supercharger (500HP). http://www.magnusonsuperchargers.com/product-p/01-19-53-185-bl.htm -It also has been leveled with 33" Nitto Dura Grappler tires and Method 18" wheels -BushWacker OE Style fender flares -AFE ProDry S filter -Rigid industries Fogs -4300k HIDs -LoPro Tonneau cover (roll up) -'Folds of Honor' military memorial RUNNING BOARDS -BedRug full system -Custom color matched Denali grill -Color matched door handles and mirrors -All weather floor mats -AVS rain visors -Tinted Windows 20% Truck is in excellent condition with very minor paint scratches, no dents. Currently the truck has a headache rack from Magnum Racks. I plan to remove this but it is available for sale. Please call or text with any questions or to check the truck out. Paid off, title in hand and ready to sell. Jeremy 5412069773
  5. Well it's been almost 1 month and 1300 miles. I have Corsa Performance exhaust, K&N stock filter replacement, Micky Thompsons 33's on 20 inch rims and a 5 inch lift. Before I put the SC on the truck, I tried a tune. Yes, the tune made it slightly faster, but the performance tune could not be used with towing. On the other hand, the SC puts a smile on everyone's face that I give a ride. I have to watch how much throttle I give it from a dead stop since it will just roast the tires. The video doesn't do it justice. BTW, the only valid comments are from people that actually have DRIVEN it! The install was easy, and the power was immediately noticeable. I can manage to eek out almost 18 MPG city and highway if I keep my foot out of it. If I'm having fun with the SC, my mileage is around 13 mpg. But again, I'm not worried about the mileage. I had Magnuson turn off the AFM, and got better mileage. Go figure. Best Christmas present from my wife ever! Magnuson's SC towing video
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