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If you count the number of crates on the blowers in the schematics, the upper blower case shows 7 crates, the lower blower shows 8 crates.

Unfortunately, the two schematics are not labelled as to which model is which.

Looking at one of the pictures that I took of my car, I just counted the number of crates. I count 8.

Surf, can you put the model numbers to the schematics?

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Also if you go http://www.magnacharger.com/

Mine looks like the one that appears under Kenny Dutweillers 950HP LSX video which is the 2300 (8 crate).
Just an observation.

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Luigi wrote:Surf, can you put the model numbers to the schematics?

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Here is a bigger picture of my engine

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Please note that these diagrams are of the rear intake units, not the front intake units as installed on the Corvette.
The statement below applies to the usual blower, not the TVS blower. It would not suprise me if it applies to the TVS blowers, but I don't know that for a fact. You've got a 1900 unit. The 2300 isn't shipping. Last I talked to Callaway, they said they were in the process of engineering the 2300 for the Vett but didn't have any other information to share at the time.

"You can buy the kit from any of the authorized Callaway Magna Charger Dealers or directly from Callaway Cars, Inc. Callaway is the exclusive worldwide distributor of the Eaton/Magnuson Supercharger System for Corvette. All Corvette supercharger kits that use the Eaton/Magnuson Supercharger come to market through Callaway, in any case."
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I Bin Therbefor wrote:Please note that these diagrams are of the rear intake units, not the front intake units as installed on the Corvette.
The statement below applies to the usual blower, not the TVS blower. It would not suprise me if it applies to the TVS blowers, but I don't know that for a fact. You've got a 1900 unit. The 2300 isn't shipping. Last I talked to Callaway, they said they were in the process of engineering the 2300 for the Vett but didn't have any other information to share at the time.

"You can buy the kit from any of the authorized Callaway Magna Charger Dealers or directly from Callaway Cars, Inc. Callaway is the exclusive worldwide distributor of the Eaton/Magnuson Supercharger System for Corvette. All Corvette supercharger kits that use the Eaton/Magnuson Supercharger come to market through Callaway, in any case."
[ifrom CAllaway FAQ][/i]

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LUIGI'S CAR IS USING A PREPRODUCTION 2300 SUPERCHARER.
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Luigi wrote:If you count the number of crates on the blowers in the schematics, the upper blower case shows 7 crates, the lower blower shows 8 crates.

Unfortunately, the two schematics are not labelled as to which model is which.

Looking at one of the pictures that I took of my car, I just counted the number of crates. I count 8.


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I Bin Therbefor wrote:Please note that these diagrams are of the rear intake units, not the front intake units as installed on the Corvette.
The statement below applies to the usual blower, not the TVS blower. It would not suprise me if it applies to the TVS blowers, but I don't know that for a fact. You've got a 1900 unit. The 2300 isn't shipping. Last I talked to Callaway, they said they were in the process of engineering the 2300 for the Vett but didn't have any other information to share at the time.

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As the sole distributor of the Corvette Supercharger Im pretty sure Callaway has early access to them. I know the blower on Luigi's car has been on the car for a while. There is no reason its not the 2300 from that standpoint.

I would also guess they did not re-engineer the casing for front vs rear intake, which would mean the "8 crate" blower would = 2300

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Re: TVS blowers

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"LUIGI'S CAR IS USING A PREPRODUCTION 2300 SUPERCHARER"

Big John;

What is the pwoer rating of this preproduction 2300 supercharger installation?

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John :beer

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