Supercharger kit for Suzuki Swift from Japan

2 types of Supercharger kit using Greddy type and Rotrex type for Suzuki Swift sport ZC31 engine. You can listen the difference of sound in this video. Also we are looking for a distributor for the parts of Swift car in your country. If you are interested in, please send e-mail to takagi@wbc.vc or visit our site : http://www.rsrs.jp/en/engine/zc11.html Enjoy video.

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