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Oh cool, This is good to hear. Can you provide dates for when the new Maggie tune was released, or other identifiers so folks like myself (also 6 speed) might determine if they have the old or new tune? My SC went on in late September.
I don't have dates however you're probably running the calibration I had previously. My PCM came back from unlock/tune on 10/9.





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I don't have dates however you're probably running the calibration I had previously. My PCM came back from unlock/tune on 10/9.
Thanks, in that case yeah I’m probably running old. Do you need to send it off again for the new tune? Also, any thoughts, from your convo with them, as to whether we’ll be seeing multiple tunes a year ...or if this tune was more about resolving known issues and apparent need. I’m curious if we’ll keep seeing new tunes and regular refinement, or if this is as good as it will get.
 

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so first off let me just say that Magnuson as a company is awesome.

i got in touch with support, pulled my existing tune file, emailed, got new file back, flashed my rig and holy shit, she feels so much better. forget the lazy throttle, fixed. low end torque, lots more of it. I am so happy with this new tune so far. drove 50 miles on the new tune and for the first time since throwing on my 37s, did not have to downshift to 4th gear.

i also put it on the DYNO! ;-)
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now I have 4.88 gears on order, front and rear Baer brakes and a Borla ProXS Muffler on order.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Alex
 

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so first off let me just say that Magnuson as a company is awesome.

i got in touch with support, pulled my existing tune file, emailed, got new file back, flashed my rig and holy shit, she feels so much better. forget the lazy throttle, fixed. low end torque, lots more of it. I am so happy with this new tune so far. drove 50 miles on the new tune and for the first time since throwing on my 37s, did not have to downshift to 4th gear.

i also put it on the DYNO! ;-)
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now I have 4.88 gears on order, front and rear Baer brakes and a Borla ProXS Muffler on order.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Alex
I look forward to hearing how you like it with the 4.88’s. I have 4.88’s and 37’s and I am very interested in this supercharger.
 

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so first off let me just say that Magnuson as a company is awesome.

i got in touch with support, pulled my existing tune file, emailed, got new file back, flashed my rig and holy shit, she feels so much better. forget the lazy throttle, fixed. low end torque, lots more of it. I am so happy with this new tune so far. drove 50 miles on the new tune and for the first time since throwing on my 37s, did not have to downshift to 4th gear.

i also put it on the DYNO! ;-)
6D64D63F-8C62-434C-8DE9-364EB311CB1D_1_105_c.jpeg


5E0D5309-C51F-4F2F-9642-B1E9D7B58549_1_105_c.jpeg



67BF84FD-3FEB-40FF-8AB7-DF32CAC85C14_1_105_c.jpeg


now I have 4.88 gears on order, front and rear Baer brakes and a Borla ProXS Muffler on order.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Alex
If you haven't pulled the trigger on the Baer Brakes, they go on sale Thursday for 10% off and free shipping. I'm buying first thing Thursday to go with the backordered Edelbrock supercharger.
 

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If you haven't pulled the trigger on the Baer Brakes, they go on sale Thursday for 10% off and free shipping. I'm buying first thing Thursday to go with the backordered Edelbrock supercharger.
How did you decide on the Edelbrock over the Magnuson? I assume you felt more comfortable with the smaller displacement? Not sure which direction I’ll go yet. The hemi thing is a new wrinkle, but aside from the engine in it, I’m not loving how they’ve packaged it.
 

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so first off let me just say that Magnuson as a company is awesome.

i got in touch with support, pulled my existing tune file, emailed, got new file back, flashed my rig and holy shit, she feels so much better. forget the lazy throttle, fixed. low end torque, lots more of it. I am so happy with this new tune so far. drove 50 miles on the new tune and for the first time since throwing on my 37s, did not have to downshift to 4th gear.

i also put it on the DYNO! ;-)
6D64D63F-8C62-434C-8DE9-364EB311CB1D_1_105_c.jpeg


5E0D5309-C51F-4F2F-9642-B1E9D7B58549_1_105_c.jpeg



67BF84FD-3FEB-40FF-8AB7-DF32CAC85C14_1_105_c.jpeg


now I have 4.88 gears on order, front and rear Baer brakes and a Borla ProXS Muffler on order.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Alex

So what were the hp/tq numbers?
 

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How did you decide on the Edelbrock over the Magnuson? I assume you felt more comfortable with the smaller displacement? Not sure which direction I’ll go yet. The hemi thing is a new wrinkle, but aside from the engine in it, I’m not loving how they’ve packaged it.
First, I'm comfortable with Edelbrock products. I've used them since the '70s. The smaller more conservative Edelbrock supercharger will be easier on the automatic transmission over the long term. With that said, I live above 5000 ft and most of the off-road use will be at 8000+ ft. So I may put on a slightly smaller pulley to compensate for altitude.

When I first heard the 392 was a reality I thought I had to have it. I've cooled to that idea. A 2021 V-6 Rubicon with the "standard" 392 equipment is $60,500. Add the cost of the V-8 and who knows where you'll be price-wise. And that's with 33s as standard equipment. I ordered my Rubicon the way I wanted it and paid about $45,500 after a $5000 discount. Initially, discounts on 392s will few and far between. I may revisit the idea in a couple of years when the 392 is just another Wrangler.
 
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