Part# 7015263 – Magnuson Supercharger Assembly – 5.7L (3UR-FE) 2019 Tundra

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Magnuson Supercharger Kit: Toyota Tundra 5.7L
Please take a few moments to review this manual thoroughly before you begin work: Make a quick parts check to be certain your kit is complete (see Bill of Material (BOM) parts list inside the accessory box). If you discover shipping damage or shortage, please call our office immediately. Take a look at exactly what you are going to need in terms of tools, time, and experience. Review our limited warranty with care.

NOTES:

  • Your MAGNUSON SUPERCHARGER kit is sensitive to corrosion! Use only the vehicle manufacturer recommended coolant for your engine in the intercooler system as well.

  • Use only premium gasoline fuel, 91 octane or better.

  • Magnuson Products recommend that you run a minimum of one (1) tank of premium fuel through your vehicle prior to installation of the system to prevent any possible damage that may occur due to running the supercharged engine on lower octane fuel.

  • Magnuson Products Supercharger systems are designed for engines and vehicles in “GOOD” mechanical condition. Magnuson Products recommend that a basic engine system “Health Check” be performed prior to the installation of this supercharger system. Be sure to check for any pending or actual OBDII codes and fix/ repair any of the stock systems/components causing these codes. If there are codes prior to the installation they will be there after the installation.

  • Magnuson Products also recommend the following services to be performed on your vehicle before starting and running the vehicle post supercharger system installation:
    1. Fuel Filter change
    2. Engine oil and filter change using brand name oil (organic or synthetic) and filter Note: It is VERY IMPORTANT to use the factory specified oil viscosity. The original equipment manufacturer has selected this grade of oil to work with your other engine systems such as hydraulic chain tensioner and variable cam controls. Deviation from this specification may cause these systems to fail or not function properly. Please refer to your owner’s manual for the recommended oil viscosity for your engine and application.

  • On newer vehicles not requiring new spark plugs it is important to verify the spark plug air gap.

  • On older vehicles Magnuson Products recommend these additional services to be performed:
    1. New spark plugs with the air gap set at the factory specifications OR new specifications if required by the installation manual.
    2. Coolant system pressure test and flush. NOTE: YOU MUST USE TOYOTA SPECIFIED COOLANT MIXTURE!

  • NOTE: Non “Magnuson Approved” calibrations or “tuning” will Void ALL warranties and CARB certification.

  • Our supplied calibration is designed for use with the components provided in this kit. Any adjustment to the intake, or exhaust systems or other engine components may adversely affect engine performance and may trigger your check engine light.

  • Drive belt = Dayco 5081125

Tools Required:

  • Metric wrench set
  • Metric 3/8” and 1/2” drive metric socket set (standard & deep)
  • 3/8” and 1/2” drive ft-lbs and in-lbs torque wrenches
  • Metric Allen socket set 3/8 drive
  • Metric Allen wrenches
  • Phillips and flat head screwdrivers
  • Serpentine belt tool
  • Funnel
  • Drain pan
  • Hose cutters
  • Hose clamp pliers
  • Safety glasses
  • Nut driver
  • Compressed air
  • Air gun
  • Heat gun
  • Torx socket set 3/8 drive
  • Fuel tank lock-ring tool
  • Anti-seize assembly lube (for spark plugs)
  • Table of Contents

    Section 1: Initial Preparation
    Section 2: Coolant Drainage
    Section 3: Intake Manifold Removal
    Section 4: Water Bypass Pipe, and Joint Replacement
    Section 5: Fuel Injector Replacement
    Section 6: Air Box and Spark Plug Replacement
    Section 7: Supercharger Preparation and Installation
    Section 8: Serpentine Belt, Throttle Body and Hose Installation
    Section 9: Intercooler System Installation
    Section 10: Intercooler Pump Wiring Connections
    Section 11: Fuel Pump Replacement
    Section 12: Coolant Fill, and Final Testing


    Installation Instructions


    NOTE: This instruction manual follows the process we used to complete this installation on our test vehicle. This does not imply there aren’t alternate approaches. If you find a procedure or process that improves the installation, please let us know! We strive to create the most comprehensive and complete instruction manuals available.


    Section 1: Initial Preparation

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    Section 2: Coolant Drainage
    NOTE: Allow the engine to cool down before draining any fluids.

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    Section 3: Intake Manifold Removal

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    Section 4: Water Bypass Pipe, and Joint Replacement
    Refer to the owners manual for proper lifting of vehicle, and wheel removal.

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    Section 5: Fuel Injector Replacement

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    Section 6: Air Box and Spark Plug Replacement

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    Section 7: Supercharger Preparation and Installation

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    Section 8: Serpentine Belt, Throttle Body and Hose Installation

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    Section 9: Intercooler System Installation

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    Section 10: Intercooler Pump Wiring Connections

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    Section 11: Fuel Pump Replacement


    Refer to the owners manual for proper lifting of vehicle. Ensure that the vehicle is properly supported while working under it. Failure to properly support the vehicle may result in injury or death.

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    Section 12: Coolant Fill, and Final Testing

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    If you have questions about your vehicles performance, please check with your installation facility.

    After you finish your installation and road test your vehicle, please fill out the warranty registration, HERE

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