KraftWerks Performance Group is proud to bring you the most advanced Supercharger system available.
At the core of each KraftWerks Supercharger kit is the revolutionary and patented Rotrex, traction-drive Supercharger. The proprietary design allows for reduced weight; smaller, quieter, cooler operation; and shaft speeds in excess of 200,000 rpm. No other forced induction method can compare to Rotrex's superior efficiency, unmatched performance, reduced emissions, and transient response.
KraftWerks Supercharger systems are designed to deliver broad, usable power gains—ideal for street cars and track cars alike. No other Supercharger kit or turbocharger system can compare. KraftWerks Supercharger kits represent the pinnacle of forced induction, having demonstrated gains in excess of 100% across the entire powerband on a number of applications.
Each KraftWerks Supercharger kit is designed in-house at our state-of-the-art, Norco, Calif., facility with applications available for a variety of vehicles.
Forced Induction: 3D Supercharger Animation
Self-contained ProCharger Superchargers
provide the industry's highest efficiency and coolest charge air
temperatures. This cool, dense air means more oxygen and fuel for your
engine, less exposure to detonation and more power. ProCharger Superchargers utilize natural centrifugal forces
to compress air and are not exposed to Exhaust-heat transfer.
As a result, they produce cooler air than other designs such as positive
displacement Superchargers and turbochargers. Designed and manufactured in the
USA, ProCharger models for both street/strip and hardcore racing feature
the highest step-up ratio, a patented, self-contained oiling design,
exclusive billet impellers, and precision billet gearcases for superior
rigidity, sealing and appearance.
In addition to higher efficiency and no heat transfer into the blower from
heated engine oil, ProCharger's mounting location also places the Supercharger in a fresh air stream, an additional
thermal advantage. No heat transfer from an Exhaust interface, nor heat transfer from engine
top mounting. Self-contained oiling and this mounting location, together
with high efficiency centrifugal compression, combine to produce the
coolest operating and charge air temperatures.
This high efficiency design also results in optimized fuel economy. With a
unique combination of durability and high performance, with years of proven
performance on the street and championship-winning performance on the
track, self-contained ProChargers are the ultimate power adder.
Honda S2000 with a TTS Performance Rotrex Supercharger Kit
The C38-81 Supercharger, with Front
Max Boost restricted to 10 psi
(Customer Preference) by sizing the pipework and aftercooler accordingly.
Engine Management using OEM ECU re-mapped with Hondata Flashpro.
2.0L 2006 Year DBW Honda S2000 (UK)
Look through my videos for another one showning the car on a different Dyno about 6 months
later. http://youtu.be/FwMHuMwID9w?hd=1 Very similar values given at the
Also see the car on the Autobahn and Nurburgring here:
Ariel Atom w/ Rotrex Supercharger (400HP) - Start up & Acceleration!
I recorded this amazing Ariel Atom, a very lightweight sports car. It is
based on a normal Ariel Atom, but this one is fitted with a Rotrex Supercharger. The engine is coming from a Honda
2.0L Type R. This gives the Ariel Atom more then 400 bhp!
A normal Ariel Atom has around the 245Bhp (0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds and top
speed of 155 mph/ 250 km/h). As you can see in this video, the Exhaust sound is much louder then the stock one.
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Tech Talk 3: Superchargers and Turbochargers
It's "Life After Wide Open Throttle" in this third episode from the
Twilight Tech Talk series at the NHRA Museum in Pomona, CA. Watch and learn
about "density machines" and how power output is determined.
Gale talks about the different types of forced induction and the pros and
cons of each, plus he sheds light on the concept of "intake air density"
and how knowing what it is it is more important than knowing what your Boost is. Find out answers to questions
like, what is the fuel requirement at a 12/1 air fuel ratio? And if you
double your Boost pressure do you
double the intake density? Should you go roots or screw? And just what is
the worst Supercharger ever made? Watch
and find out.
This episode is for old school hot rodders, young tuners, and pretty much
anyone who isn't satisfied with stock power levels.
For more information on the seminars and on the Twilight Cruise Night car
shows, visit http://tinyurl.com/galetalks
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.
Forced Induction - Supercharger vs. Turbo Charger
This video was made to describe in moderate detail the differences between
Superchargers and turbo Chargers, as well as describing the
components, advantages, and disadvantages to each. Complementing the
speaking track is a slideshow of related pictures and videos. I hope this
video helps some of you curious up and coming mechanics to better
understand methods of forced induction. Please comment maturely, and
Performance Chips - Mythbusted
Can you really get an increase of 35 horsepower using a $20
'Performance Chip' from eBay on your car? And how do they work? In this
episode of Mighty Car Mods, Marty and Moog find out, with some surprising
Stickers, music, magazines and MCM gear:
Discuss this episode here:
Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are
not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you
how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a
qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.
The World's Fastest Lotus? - /TUNED
Frank Profera has spent six years making his Lotus go faster, stop shorter, and corner harder.
Though it only has to move around 2,150 lbs, Frank's Lotus makes 680 wheel
horsepower with a
twin-charged 1.8L engine; giving it a better power-to-weight ratio than
Mario Andretti's Formula One Lotus. It's an ongoing project that may never
be finished, because of Frank's never-ending obsession with speed. We had
to take it for a ride.
KraftWerks Honda B-Series Kit Testing
Prototype Dyno Testing
of KraftWerks Honda B-Series Race Kit. DOHC B16A in a '90 Civic Si. This
footage is from KratWerks R&D just before the "Race Kit" goes into final
production and is released to the public. KraftWerks is very excited to
bring this kit to the Honda/Acura community. This particular vehicle has
already seen track time and the results were VERY pleasing.