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We are proud to have once again sponsored the ProMod class for the US Nationals in Indy for 2021. This class has been so fun to be part of for the last 2 years, we wanted to share that excitement with the fans, by bringing some of the ProCharger machines and putting them on display.

It doesn't matter what year your hull is, ProCharger has the industry's best marine supercharger systems for modern EFI-powered machines and even older carburated models.

We find the most miserable conditions we can find (100+ degrees + Humidity) and punish the road course. Since only then, after tens of thousands of miles, hours, and hours of wide-open throttle, can we officially say it's production-ready.

We know you hear that often, but in this case it couldn't be more true. ProCharger is a company dedicated to "winning" both on the track and in our day-to-day operations. We have several high impact positions to fill at our Kansas City headquarters campus and our new San Francisco office.

Each and every year racers with ProCharger supercharged power plants set records, win races, and take home championships. However, this 2021 season seems to be absolutely on fire.

Bolting on big horsepower has never been easier! That's right, the wait is over for the all-new Milwaukee Eight supercharger system from ProCharger. No matter if you are driving daily to work, bike night, or across the country, this system delivers big power and big reliability.

Yes, even a showroom stock Camaro SS with the new LT-1 engine can enjoy an extra 150-170hp with our HO or Stage II ProCharger supercharger system. Though for those looking to push the power limits beyond 1000 HP don't worry, we also have amazing kit options to get you to your goals with ease.

ProCharger engineers gave you nearly 800 crank hp from the Mustang GT's, Bullitts, and even 875 hp from the Shelby GT350 supercharger systems. So naturally, it wasn't going to be long before ProCharger would have a bolt-on supercharger system ready to put a smile on Mach 1 owners faces.

Decades ago racers in NHRA classes began making the moves to ProChargers in their racing programs, and now you will find ProCharger powered machines commonly filling the top qualifying spots of many Pro-level classes.

We know that almost anyone watching this has installed countless belts in their lifetime. However, we wanted to give some tips and tricks to getting the most out of your belt-driven ProCharger supercharger system.

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