Do Electric Superchargers Work?
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Do Electric Superchargers Work? That is
a good question and the answer to that question is yes. A real electric Supercharger or electric turbocharger can work. However many people are
confused about how these electric Superchargers can add performance to your
naturally aspirated engine.
No to be confused with those cheap sheet metal inline fans placed inside a
rubber coupler but a real turbocharger
compressor being powered by a brushless motor.
Click on the link above to visit the B2B Blog and see the Dyno results for these inline
fans for yourself.
Because there are only scams being sold as electric Supercharger the only way to get a real performing
blower is to buid it yourself.
Driving a 580 HP Supercharged 2013 Mustang GT 5.0
This is what we call the Sleeper Mustang! It is a 2013 Mustang GT with a 5.0L V8. We have
supercharged this Mustang
with a 2.3L TVS Supercharger from Roush
Performance. It features an estimated 580 horsepower and full factory
warranty! The engine was built by our Senior Master Technician Alan
Halbert. He has over 20 years of experience in building custom Mustangs! Most recently, he has
built a 1,600 horsepowerMustang... Watch this car going down
the dragstrip... http://youtu.be/rQJP40HM9Gk
Here is that same car on the Dyno...
100% of the video was shot using a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition.
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'11 Mustang GT, Vortech vs. Edelbrock Supercharger comparision,
A customer of ours decided to go with an Edelbrock Supercharger kit for his 2011 Mustang GT. After having us install
the kit, he was not happy with the performance. We thought he may enjoy the
Vortech Superchargers kit instead, so we
gave him a ride in our Vortech equipped shop car and he was sold. Before we
pulled off the Edelbrock to install the Vortech Supercharger, we Dyno'd the car on our Dynojet. We were really
interested to see what kind of power difference the car would make when
cool vs. after being heatsoaked. Since we had to put the stock manifold on
for the Vortech anyways, we also made a run in the stock configuration,
both cool as well as heatsoaked. Finally we installed the Vortech and
performed the same tests. Watch the video to see the final numbers were.
2011 5.0 with 3.6LC Kenne Bell
2011 5.0 with 3.6LC Kenne Bell and 168mm throttle body. Stock engine,
stock manifolds, stock catalytic converters, and Pipes Axle back mufflers.
Other mods: BMR subframe connectors, adjustable upper control arm with
mount, one piece aluminum driveshaft with driveshaft loop, Harwood 3"
Carbon fiber hood, Weld racing wheels.
Here are some pics:
Built at DBR High Performance. Car is for sale, please contact us if