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well I went and did it. Ordered pro charger for car also stainless works long tube headers with catback exhaust. I hope I didn't mess up
It forces air down your cars intake which causes boost which in turn increases your engines H.P. output.What exactly does a Pro Charger do for the car? Just curious.
Thanks, I figured it had something to do with air intake.It forces air down your cars intake which causes boost which in turn increases your engines H.P. output.
My basic ProCharger setup yields 6 psi boost and peak power (463.3 rwhp) at 5,500 RPMs and torque (456.1) at 5100 RPMs. I'm sure there's a wee bit more power to had with a more aggressive tune, however, I'm happy with the results. I don't track the car so there's no need to increase pulley size/rebuild the engine with forged parts etc.@mopardude.
What are you running with your setup?
This You Tube video will give you an idea of the whining from a Magnacharger, I don't know if its similar to a Procharger, I hope this helps.Hi, Im the proud owner of a new 2014 SRT8.
I happen to have a race mechanic as friend and he told me supercharging is a cheap and safe way of getting more Power.
Im thinking procharger.
My friend told me you could use the standard gear in the charger or slash cut.
Originals are straight and give a whining sound.
I like that whining but how loud is it. I would prefer a discrete sound.
Slash cut take care of that sound. Cost 1200 dollars.
Any thoughts anyone?
Try our friends at HHP. They are a vendor here and quite helpful to our members. They can be located and contacted thru our Vendor Section. http://www.highhorseperformance.com/Looking on doing a procharger in the future. Anyone have any good sites that I can get everything at once basically buy one thing and everything you ever need is included. I don't know much about some of it so I don't want go looking for other parts. Thanks in advance
Thanks I'll do that.Try our friends at HHP. They are a vendor here and quite helpful to our members. They can be located and contacted thru our Vendor Section. http://www.highhorseperformance.com/