How Superchargers Work - SuperchargerWarehouse.com
This section is all about how your new electric supercharger works. What it does, how it does it and, most importantly, what it means for you, are all right here.
- The electric supercharger is a motor-driven fan that pumps more air into your engine to help produce more power.
- The supercharger produces 3 psi of power to give your car a boost of power at full throttle.
- Pushing the throttle to the floor will activate the supercharger and cause the metal fan to spin up to its full 29,000 rpm in 1/10th of a second.
- Unlike most belt driven superchargers, this electric supercharger does not take power away from your car; it simply adds more instantly.
- The supercharger can be activated by a button that you can mount in your car, so that whenever you feel the need to have more power, you can just push the button.
- With the supercharger activated, your engine will produce more power and torque and help pin you to the seat when you punch the throttle.