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Behind the scenes on the development of our supercharger system for Ford Super Duty trucks

His & hers ProCharger-powered hot rods. His: 1969 Ford F100 with 1,068 RWHP. Hers: 1963 Chevy II with 670 RWHP.


Chevy’s Camaro has been a darling of the hot rod crowd since its inception back in 1967 (late 1966 in reality), becoming the go-

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2020 Chevy/GMC 5.3L Supercharger Systems are now shipping, often within a few days.

The time is right to get your ProCharger-equipped vehicle out and have fun again!

With the biggest power gains from any supercharger system available for Toyota owners—to the tune of a 45% increase in power to 390 HP—ProCharger High Output Intercooled Systems and Tuner Kits are designed to give you that much needed boost in performance.

That’s Brent Austin describing the motivation to build a super wicked 1967 Camaro street car to promote ProCharger’s 25th anniversary. He went on to say, “I just had to have one of the 25th Anniversary Packages and had this Camaro that I bought from a buddy a few years ago.” The special blower and car just seemed to be meant for each other.

Ford redesigned F-150’s 5.0L engine for the 2018 model year creating the Gen-3 Coyote that made 395 HP and 400 lb-ft of torque. Of course, ProCharger developed an intercooled supercharger system that put it through the paces with an extra helping of safe, yet decisive intercooled boost that bumps that power by 45-55% ( or a whopping 60-70% with the Stage II system)!

Back in March, we mentioned that ProCharger kits for the 2020 Challenger and RAM would be available soon.