Nottalotta details yet. But, if Magnuson is producing their own blower rotors, that's a gigantic leap forward for their tech autonomy.That's awesome. I wasn't aware of this? Is there any literature or press release that speaks to this? Always fun to nerd it up and read about this kind of stuff.
It's starting to gain popularity now but its a newer product compared to the Whipple. Then there's those that simply go the cheaper route and port their stock 2.4L or 2.7L blower. The Magnuson and Whipple are just the next step above a ported stock blower and not for everyone.I have no idea why this blower isn’t more popular.
Eaton already produces an uberstuffer for the Cravatte or however you spell it LOL that has 3.0L displacement. My guess is that since this already exists:Curious, I am, as to how/if they will package that bambino up for the Hellcats. If it's another drop-er-right-in package like the 2650, it'll be a serious contender for the Benjies.
Judging from the placeholder pic in the video link, the rotors focus more on diameter than increased length, thank God.It will be a good blower.
What it needs is a rethinking of the design philosophy of the intake area. Right now, it places around 100 percent of the emphasis, logically, on strength and longevity. If F1 cars used screw blowers, I guarantee you the front end would not look like it does.It could for sure benefit from a port in my opinion.