Performance Tech Blog Posts

Those crafty horsepower junkies at Car Craft magazine recently ran a series of articles documenting the horsepower potential of a junkyard-sourced 5.3L GM LS engine. In a nutshell, the project outline was to; purchase a budget LS engine, toss in a performance camshaft, a new carb, headers and oh yeah, a ProCharger self-contained supercharger.

When it comes to adding safe, reliable real power to many of today's hottest performance cars and trucks, no one comes close to ProCharger's power levels. Given the power output of our intercooled High Output (HO) and Stage II supercharger systems and tuner kits, it's not uncommon for otherwise stock engines to produce more than 600 horsepower on high quality pump gas.

Even before the 2010 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show opens, the new ProCharger F-4 supercharger is already revving up the racing industry.

ProCharger F-4 supercharger and race bypass valve

For the 12th year in a row, ProCharger will be displaying at the world's largest racing products and technologies tradeshow: the Performance Racing Industry Show. This year's show dates are December 9-11 and will once again occupy the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.

Not only was ProCharger the first aftermarket supercharger manufacturer to release complete supercharger systems to the ultra-hot 2011 5.0 Mustangs, but now, the first forced induction 2011 5.0 Mustang to run in 9's is also ProCharger-equipped.

Whether it's on four or two wheels, ProCharger-equipped racers continue to rack up record-setting passes on the world famous Bonneville Salt Flats.

The ProCharger event crew is gearing up for back-to-back HEMI events by displaying at the 3rd annual LX & Beyond Nationals, July 17 & 18 at Quaker City Raceway near Salem, OH.

LX & Beyond Nationals

ProCharger superchargers have long been recognized for the industry-leading power and reliability they provide on both street cars and cars set up for drag racing. Today, more and more ProCharger intercooled supercharger systems are finding their way onto cars built for all-out, high-performance driving on winding road courses and race tracks around North America.

Since introducing the industry's first self-contained, gear driven supercharger back in 2000, ProCharger's design has proven itself over millions of miles and countless passes down the drag strip.

ProCharger was featured in a recent edition of Chevy High Performance Magazine's"Insider" series of articles.