Magnuson Superchargers Announce TVS 2300 for 2016+ CTS-V

Hot off of the release of their 6th-gen ZL1 kit, Magnuson Superchargers have just announced their TVS2300 for LT4-powered CTS-Vs! Although we’re not totally shocked, it does make perfect sense that these have become available, thanks to the popularity of the V3 CTS.

Official Release:

A Magnuson TVS2300 Heartbeat tuner kit upgrade is now available for the 2016+ Cadillac CTS-V LT4. This kit comes with everything necessary to swap the factory LT4 R1740 supercharger with the larger, higher performance Magnuson TVS2300. The Eaton based R2300 rotors are 32% bigger than the stock R1740 for 30%+ power gains at high engine speeds.

The TVS2300 Heartbeat comprises of a fully integrated supercharger/intake manifold/intercooler system that fits neatly under the stock hood for a factory-look fit and finish. The higher capacity intercooler core utilizes the factory front end heat exchanger, pump and lines and delivers lower Inlet Air Temps (IAT’s). Expect 50-60 RWHP gains from the SC swap on an otherwise stock vehicle and deliver up to  1,000 HP with the appropriate pulleys, fuel system, throttle body and custom tuning (not provided by Magnuson).

The standard kit is CARB approved and comes with Magnuson’s standard 3yr/36k part warranty.

Supercharger Kit Retail Pricing is $4995

The “reliable horsepower increase” for racing or just adding enjoyment to your daily driver is available for you with the Magnuson TVS2300 Heartbeat Supercharger for your 2016+ Cadillac CTS-V LT4!

To purchase please visit our website at, contact our Sales Department [email protected] (805-642-8833), or any of our Authorized Dealers


  • Bolt-in installation
  • Can deliver up to 1,000 hp
  • Eaton based R2300 rotors are 32% bigger than the stock R1740 for 30%+ power gains at high engine speeds

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Rick Seitz

Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles; GM, Ford, Dodge, imports, trucks -- you name it! When he isn't clacking away on his keyboard, he's building, tuning, driving or testing his current crop of personal projects!

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