A Supercharger is an air compressor device designed to force more air into the engine’s combustion chamber, increasing the air-fuel mixture’s density for improved power output.
They are often employed in high-performance engines or specific vehicle models to enhance power and torque.
Superchargers increase engine power by compressing intake air, allowing engines to burn more fuel and generate more power per engine cycle.
Superchargers are mounted onto the engine’s intake system, usually situated on top of or alongside the engine.
Automotive engineers and performance specialists incorporate Superchargers to boost the power output of select vehicle models.
By increasing the amount of air entering the engine, Superchargers enhance power output across a broader range of engine speeds, offering improved acceleration and overall performance.