Aftermarket Superchargers

The principle of a supercharger is getting compressed air into the engine. As the air is compressed it contains more oxygen and allows you to burn more fuel. It also helps the maximise the efficiency of your engine.

Converting a NASP engine to forced induction is usually easier with a supercharger due to the linear way they work and they require slightly less work to install than a turbocharger.

Cold air vents and CAI kits

Cars are more lively and perform better when it is colder, you’ll also notice that you make more power and your fuel economy is lower in cold weather.  This is due to the effects of air temperature and the fact that cold air carriers more oxygen than warmer air.  An intake vent will help to address this problem, and can be a stylish addition to your car by providing an easy route for cold air to enter the engine.