Supercharging: Bolt-On Power

For less than half the price of aftermarket turbocharging, a supercharger can improve rate of climb and cruise performance.

They’ve been around since before airplanes walked the planet. They’re simple—an air compressor that shoves more air into the engine so it can burn more fuel and produce more power. They were staples of many of the engines that gave World War II fighters, bombers and transports their impressive performance. Yet, for all their value, […]
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