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Supercharger Kits

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Rotrex / TTS Performance Honda F20 Race Supercharger Bracket Kit
 
 
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Rotrex / TTS Performance Honda K20 Race Supercharger Bracket Kit
 
 
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Rotrex Centrifugal Supercharger Custom Pulley
 
 
£200.00 Ex VAT £240.00 INC VAT
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Rotrex C38-112R Centrifugal Supercharger With Custom Pulley
 
 
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Supercharger kits are a prominent upgrade for performance vehicles, offering immediate and substantial increases in engine power. A supercharger is a belt-driven device that forces additional air into the engine's cylinders, similar to a turbocharger but without the need for exhaust-driven turbines. This process, known as forced induction, enhances the air-fuel mixture, leading to more powerful combustion and significantly increased horsepower and torque. The primary components of a supercharger kit include the supercharger unit, a mounting bracket, a belt drive system, an intercooler, and various hoses and fittings.

Technically, superchargers are classified into three main types: roots, twin-screw, and centrifugal. Roots and twin-screw superchargers are positive displacement devices, providing a consistent boost across the engine's RPM range, making them ideal for low-end torque improvements. Centrifugal superchargers, on the other hand, operate more like turbochargers and offer increased boost as engine RPM rises, making them suited for high-end performance gains. The supercharger compresses incoming air and forces it into the engine’s intake manifold, ensuring a denser air charge for combustion. This results in an immediate throttle response and a linear power delivery.

The installation of a supercharger kit involves integrating the supercharger with the engine's existing components, typically requiring precise alignment of the belt drive system and secure mounting. Advanced kits often include upgraded fuel injectors and engine management systems to handle the increased air and fuel flow, ensuring optimal performance and reliability. The intercooler plays a crucial role in cooling the compressed air before it enters the engine, enhancing efficiency and preventing knock. By boosting the engine’s performance significantly, supercharger kits transform the driving dynamics, offering enhanced acceleration and overall power output.