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TRD/ Magnuson 4.0 Supercharger Tips, Tricks, and Mods

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by 12TRDTacoma, Nov 8, 2017.

  1. Nov 8, 2017 at 9:30 AM
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    12TRDTacoma

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    Let me get something out of the way... I fully understand TW is not the place for aggressive modding. So some of these mods may be a little too aggressive in nature for you. Which is perfectly fine. So.. that was the disclaimer.

    There are a lot of Supercharger threads and a lot of them turn to mush and great info gets lost in translation because this is the internet and there is a lot of useless drivel talked about. This is the tips, tricks, and mods ultimate reference where all known mods are documented in one spot for easy reference. All of these mods are run by myself and combined the blower is as happy and responsive as can be. They are safe mods if run in certain configurations and those configurations may be further discussed in this thread. This will be updated as time goes on with links and pictures. Feel free to correct or input any mods which I may have missed or gave out misinformation about.

    - First and foremost... Maintenance, for those who are right around that time to do it, here is a detailed thread and write up on how to do it.

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/trd-s-c-maintenance-how-to.331263/

    - Supercharger Qwikchange pulley 5 rib design for the Chevy Cavalier/ Pontiac Sunfire M45 blower can be bought from Pulleyboys based out of Washington. A true bolt on design. Pulley sizes available are 2.8" all the way down to 2.5". Tested and run by yours truly. No problems.

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/supercharger-quick-change-pulley.497402/

    - Restrictor jet mod: A now well known (and free) mod which involves removing hose from factory bypass valve in the rear of the supercharger to a port in the rear of supercharger itself. There is a small brass colored restrictor jet either stuck on the bypass valve vacuum port, or gets sucked into the hose. Remove it for better overall vacuum at idle and cruising, better bypass valve functionality (now moves as quick as the throttle body can) and better boost consistency. Added bonus is you gain back boost you should have with the pulley in place. Tested and run by yours truly, no problems.



    Post showing restrictor jet stuck in hose:
    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/trd-supercharger.4313/page-230#post-16411228

    Posts showing restrictor jet removed:
    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/trd-supercharger.4313/page-226#post-16409460

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/trd-supercharger.4313/page-226#post-16410123

    - Factory hose from bypass valve to supercharger leaks due to being oversized. It is advisable to either replace it with a smaller ID hose or to clamp it.



    - FPR (Fuel Pressure Regulator) mod: A simple (and free) mod which allows you to boost reference your fuel injectors at 1:1 ratio. Remove your hose running from the intake air cleaner, cap off the now open air cleaner port to avoid unmetered leaks, and reconnect the open end of the hose to the boost port behind the two coolant lines at the supercharger.



    Post better highlighting the FPR mod in a picture using a boost gauge as well.
    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/trd-supercharger.4313/page-229#post-16411041

    - Pulley RIP mod: Bridging the gap between COG pulley designs and V-Rib style pullies. Slits are cut into the pulley in order to obtain a higher level of grip and traction on the serpentine belt. Negates slippage on brand new, tired, and stretched out belts that may be slipping. If you are slipping for whatever reason and losing boost, this is the mod for you.





    Belt sizes and options:
    - 70.5" length OE pulley 5PK1790
    5050705
    Available in Dayco, Bando, Goodyear Gatorback, or Continental

    - 69.5 for smaller pullies 5PK1765 5050695
    Available in Dayco brand, Bando, Goodyear Gatorback, or Continental

    - A snoutcutter is required for any pulley 2.7" or smaller. The tool is good for multiple go uses and can be obtained from:
    - ZZPerformance
    - URD

    https://zzperformance.com/3800/snout-machining-tool.html

    There are a lot of questions surrounding how far you should cut your snout. Don't overthink this one. Trim to the beginning of this gray line on the side of your blower. Warning, you WILL be cutting ALL day.



    Spark plug P/N's:
    - IKH-22 Factory Denso

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...DBUQFgiXATAA&usg=AOvVaw3JgTBGuozTP8zMvqTJl0sU

    - IKH-24 plugs Denso one step colder than stock and provides further support for Go-Fast mods

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...BTgQFgiXATAA&usg=AOvVaw3eilrrUauqcuyIVrewezza

    Recommended fuel pumps:
    - AEM 320LPH 50-1200 green top E85 capable fuel pump obtainable from Summit Racing (I personally run this pump, one of the best items I have ever purchased)

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/...7cxHMHJsmDJZ7HFFTioqH0EtvIW3uTGMaAqSQEALw_wcB

    - Aeromotive stealth 340LPH red top fuel pump

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FAeromotive-11540-Fuel-Stealth-Tank%2Fdp%2FB019K9I198&ved=0ahUKEwjf6rWJwa_XAhVHzlQKHSaRDUwQFgg5MAg&usg=AOvVaw10pj3DDjJlGbHUkKyMV0mV

    - This goes without saying you will need to replace the strainer that attaches to the pump. The best one to get which is very compatible with the fuel pump bucket is a Bosch 68021 strainer. Off a 2009 Highlander.

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...CtwQFgihATAA&usg=AOvVaw0fsf5znmEsDZEA_zmlxMZh

    - Coolant pump mod: Fully drop in Bosch 03920-022-010 auxiliary coolant pump mod supplies 1.10 GPM faster over stock.

    http://www.autohausaz.com/search/pn.aspx?sku=13481346-0392022010&vehicle=2006 Mercedes CLS55 AMG 219.376&brand=Bosch&utm_source=google&utm_medium=nonpaid&utm_campaign=froogleSKU_Mercedes&gclid=Cj0KCQiA84rQBRDCARIsAPO8RFwXUlTh9I1ntt-f7J5HlvVV3j0Vjl_bUjmjXa8CH7aaJ37VbOkm_lwaAt6WEALw_wcB

    - Plug is of Mercedes Benz design and requires cutting and reconnecting to work with new pump, however. You will need the following:

    - PN- 2305400081 x1 connector housing ($2 bought from your local Mercedes Benz dealer)
    - PN- 0005402505 x2 wiring w/ pins and gaskets already premade ($6 per from Mercedes Benz) wiring is pure silver strand, which can flow same amount of amperage though smaller as a whole compared to thicker copper wiring original plug has.

    - No need for a fuse upgrade.

    - The stock intake box is a bottleneck, remove secondary carbon filter to free up some boost but
    - AFE intake
    - URD True CAI

    gives best results.

    - Pulleys below 2.7" run require a transmission valve body upgrade as the stock shifting is much too soft in engagement and flaring between 4-5 shift can occur even outside of boost. Another added benefit due to faster shifting between gears includes lowered overall transmission temperatures. Valve body upgrades can be performed at IPT, turn around time is 1 week, however. If you would like to do it yourself here is the listed part number. This is a shift kit and not a master rebuild kit:

    - RatioTek P/N
    RT-A750E-HD for TRD Supercharged applications (this is the one I run, highly recommended)
    A simple kit which comes with everything you need to obtain better shifting, better line pressure, and elimination of torque converter shudder including very detailed instructions on how the valve body is put together and what goes where

    -Benefits of valve body modification are not only firmed shifting, but you will notice a very welcome increase in torque transfer to the wheels, and as a byproduct a bump in horsepower utilizing the same pulley you are now. (Yes I said the same pulley)

    Please see @Voodoo Rufus thread for pictures of the VB if desired. I took a few pictures when I did mine but I was too busy with ART all over my hands.

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/rufus-2007-dcsb-indigo-build.126755/page-2#post-14890046

    - Valve body removal/ install instructions:
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=P1XdzmjdsPo&ved=0ahUKEwjboaSjvK_XAhVjx1QKHT42B_4QwqsBCFswBA&usg=AOvVaw12cTvmVJl4JDsGATQwzYAi

    - For owners with AFR gauges. When your Bosch LSU sensor dies. Just know that they are absolute garbage. Do not waste your money on them anymore. Replace them with Denso AFR sensors. More info here:

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/bosch-lsu-4-9-pn-cross-reference-and-compatibility.501754/

    - An increase from the standard 5.4 - 5.5 qts. oil fill level to a 5.8 - 6.0 qts. is available for our trucks. This is especially an important mod for those who race their trucks at the track, or who rev the piss out of their daily driver on the regular. (Like myself) As you know, oil starvation due to low oil level, or lack of oil where oil pump is located is a very real thing. More oil is always a good thing.

    A PN: 51516XP oil filter is commercially availble from nearly any auto parts store. This particular filter part number is made by WIX.

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    Blower facts:
    Roots based MP90 made by Magnuson using Eaton rotors (NOT M90!)

    Factory intercooler setup: Air to Water design.

    Injectors supplied: TRD Orange Injectors 455 cc. Good for up to 400-440HP depending on operating fuel pressure. (yes I have checked)

    -Octane recommended: Premium 91-93

    Bonus:

    - For those looking to upgrade coolant reservoir size and no longer run a plastic design. This is the one I run, however, battery relocation is required and mounting is up to creativity.

    https://m.ebay.com/itm/1-GALLON-LIG...FEED-GAS-FUEL-CELL-TANK-8-X8-X8-/182387167555
     
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  2. Nov 8, 2017 at 9:53 AM
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    snowsk8air2 how hard can it be?

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  4. Nov 8, 2017 at 10:08 AM
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    Level 10 valve body upgrade kit is also an option. I did it on mine as opposed to shipping the VBU to IPT.
     
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    Sub'd for all my modding needs. Not aggressive huh? I seen some shit on here...
     
  7. Nov 8, 2017 at 10:18 AM
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    12TRDTacoma [OP] Pulley Man ;)

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    Lol. Very aggressive, but these are the mods, tips, and tricks to go faster!
     
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    And street racing is bad...almost like having a conversation about politics.
     
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    Your post is long. That is all.
     
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    Or Slab City. It's in Cali and Lawless. Perfect for some hooning.
     
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    Of course it is. It is the Webster's dictionary to our Superchargers.

    If you want the sparknote version, wander over to the TRD Supercharger thread. :D
     
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    I AM the fun police. Who's having fun?!?! Huh?! Huh?! Let me find out which one of you is having fun, just you wait!
     
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    I like the free,restrictor jet mod...something that my restricted mechanical abilities just might be able to handle
     
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    Great thread, if I ever have the funds for a Magnuson Supercharger after suspension is settled, definitely doing many of these!
     
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    Can I get a sticky please mods? @chris4x4 or @tcBob

    The supercharger crew needs an exclusive information thread. :)
     
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    was going to tag you, but i see you already found this...... not that you need more power... first outing on the LT and 35s and you snap a CV!
     
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