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Old 05-24-2014, 12:01 PM   #1
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Question for the vendors - supercharger fitment

Has anyone tried using an ls3 Maggie 2300 on an l92 truck engine?
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Old 05-24-2014, 02:05 PM   #2
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The issue may be the location of the alternator and maybe the water pump layout. I believe they make a Maggie for the L92 motor. I know someone does if not them. Buy the way I am only going from pictures as I was looking into doing the same thing.
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Yeah I already saw the difference in water pump, but that's an easy fix. I'd just rather have a camaro kit since they are much easier to find and more reasonably priced
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I'd also be interested in doing an lsa supercharger if anyone has tried that and it was fairly straight forward
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Old 05-24-2014, 08:31 PM   #5
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Yeah I already saw the difference in water pump, but that's an easy fix. I'd just rather have a camaro kit since they are much easier to find and more reasonably priced
The part that caught my eye was the intake/ throttle body area. Looked like it would hit the alternator and its support bracket if it is the same unit. You are right on the water pump as I already changed the one out on my L92. Maybe all it would take is to relocate the alternator and power steering pump. Couple of people make new brackets for the relocation.
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From what I saw, it looks like the tb could just be flipped upside down and work fine
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