"Our elegantly designed twin-screw rotor system delivers the highest internal compression of any superchargers on the market today. This translates to a crisper response, higher boost limits, lower discharge temperatures than conventional superchargers. This unique design also produces less stress on internal components, and, as it run at comparatively lower temperatures, increases the longevity of the system and reduces wear on the engine."
The eye-catching intake manifold features a paradigm-leaping, patented design that maximizes flow and delivers a constant volume of air. This addresses, and puts to rest, long-time tuning issues that plagued earlier generation superchargers.
The compact, and economical “I-Charger” is a true "bolt-on", and as such is extraordinarily maintenance-friendly. With only one sealing surface and eight cap screws to deal with, access to all blower components is a breeze.
Ultra-efficient, breathtaking performance combined with silky-smooth cruising capability make Richwood’s “ I-Charger” the definitive new-generation leader in its field.
Units are available right now for the Chrysler Hemi and Viper family of vehicles. Models for General Motors, LS family, Ford’s new Modular and Toyota – Lexus vvTi series, with other makes being released in the very near future.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Posted by The 'C' Team at 6:31 AM