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ProCharger-equipped racers are wasting no time in establishing themselves as the force to be reckoned with in 2011 when it comes to heads-up, door-slammer racing.

Since making its public debut as the featured car in ProCharger's PRI display three months ago, Denny Terzich's "Sick Seconds" 1969 Camaro racer has been winning multiple awards - sitting still!

2010 was another banner year for racers running ProCharger superchargers, with seven different racers and their teams securing season championships in five different sanction bodies across the United States and Canada. In addition to these hard-fought, multi-race, season-long battle, ProCharger-equipped racers also set numerous world records at Bonneville and Maxton.

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.

Street car or full-on drag race car, one of the performance benchmarks of any car is it's 1/4-mile performance. Whenever a new car is introduced to the market, it's literally a "race" to see who can be the first to accomplish some of these performance milestones. For the new 2011 5.0 Mustang, the race was on as soon as the cars started rolling out of dealers' showrooms.

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.

Matt Hauffe's goal is simple: build the fastest 2010 Camaro SS automatic that still utilizes the L99's stock displacement and bottom end. Getting a street car that weighs more than 4,000 lbs into the 10's can only mean one thing: ProCharger!

HOT ROD magazine's annual Drag Week competition is a grueling, week-long adventure of drag racing combined with the challenging of driving those very same cars from one race track to the next.

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