Posted on July 24th, 2014 by admin
The ProCharger V-Twin Team is busy getting ready for the annual trip to the Black Hills.
This year we’ll be on the south side of Lazelle Street between 9th and 10th – very close to the highway. Come in to Sturgis, visit the ProCharger set-up and sample all there is to do downtown.
During the week, the ProCharger superchargers display is ever-changing because of the numerous customers and dealers who ride their ProCharger-supercharger equipped bikes to Sturgis and park them in our area. ProCharged Dynas, Baggers and Softails will all be shown, as will ProCharger’s custom Road King, Dyna Wide Glide, 2014 Street Glide and 675+ HP Camaro.
Thinking Sturgis is your time to join the ProCharger family? Give us a call and we can put you in touch with FBI to pre-order your supercharger kit. You can have them install 40-80 extra HP in a single day – right at the rally!
ProCharger has a bolt-on self-contained, intercooled supercharger system available for virtually every model of air-cooled “Big Twin” H-D motorcycles from the latest 2014 H-D bikes to certain 1994 models. With this extensive line-up it means more people than ever can experience the same jaw dropping power and show quality look of a ProCharger Supercharger system.
So if you’re heading up or even thought about it – make plans to come by and check us out. The 74th Annual Sturgis Rally runs from August 2nd to the 10th. See you there!
Posted on July 17th, 2014 by admin
ProCharger is a company not only dedicated to bringing you the world’s best supercharger systems, but also to make sure we have you covered with up to date model years.
So if that sign above was recently in your rearview as you drove away with your new car/truck purchase, and you are looking for that extra BOOST in horsepower, look no further, and lets supercharge your latest purchase.
In this blog, we are going to show you the highlights of the Dodge/Chrysler/Ram/Jeep line up for 2014, and maybe a teaser at the end.
Starting with our 2014-2011
Dodge/Chrysler HEMI Systems for 5.7L and 6.4L’s:
If you have a Challenger, Charger, or 300C with either the 5.7L or 6.4L (stick or auto) ProCharger has a supercharger system for your ride. With power gains as large as 200+ Horsepower possible with the 6.4L on just 7psi and pump gas, and 150+ Horsepower for the 5.7L HEMI’s its a power gain that will have you feeling sorry for your rear tires, as they claw for traction. These supercharger systems come 100% complete ready to bolt on, in your garage with common hand tools. Imagine leaving the dealership on Friday night with a 470hp stock Challenger, and by Saturday evening be driving a 670HP+ MONSTER!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
Next our 2014-2011 5.7L HEMI Dodge Ram Systems:
And for the truck lovers out there, ProCharger has a 5.7L HEMI system just for you! Similar to its automotive siblings, this system provides 7psi of air-to-air intercooled boost, delivering over 130+ extra horsepower to your RAM’s rear tires! Yes, that is correct 130 or MORE horsepower that you can bolt on in your garage, with common hand tools. Think about that for a moment, adding 45% more power is as if you took your HEMI V-8 and turned it into a V-12! Just imagine what another 4 cylinder worth of stump ripping, trailer hauling, tire smoking supercharged HEMI power would feel like between those frame rails.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE RAM DETAILS
In closing, our 2014-2012 3.7L Jeep JK System:
Are you looking to get the power back you lost when adding large wheel/tire to your JK? Or maybe just wanting that extra grunt while off-roading, or at high elevation. Well ProCharger designed a perfect supercharger solution to those in need. This ProCharger JK supercharger system delivers power gains of over 50% on pump gas! Thanks to its large front mounted air-to-air intercooler, these gains can be had with just 7psi of boost. Installation is so easy it takes as little as 5 hours for a complete install, and leaves NO permanent modifications to the Jeep. Once a person gets behind the wheel of one of these ProCharged Jeep JK’s its hard to imagine ever driving one again without boost, the added thrill is hard to believe its the same motor.
FOR MORE JEEP JK DETAILS CLICK HERE
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And just as a teaser, yes the Jeep Grand Cherokee 6.4L SRT8 is on deck! (But that’s all that we allowed to say for now)
For more information and details, please contact us at 913-338-2886 or by email at email@example.com
Posted on July 11th, 2014 by admin
ProCharger is happy to announce the release of its Race air-to-air intercooler for use on high horsepower supercharged C6 Corvettes. If your making 700, 800, or even 1000+ HP, this intercooler has you covered (and then some). Track-tested on the drag strip and the road course, this massive intercooler is ready to perform. So if your intercooler is getting choked up from more CFM flowing through it than it was built to handle, creating a bottleneck that limits your boost, this is your solution.
The core of this monster intercooler features a massive 4.5″ thick core section for maximum cooling area and low restriction. To make this possible, a custom bar and plate core is manufactured right here in the USA, designed to not only have great cooling abilities, but also the lowest pressure drop possible. Further flow enhancements include tapered, lightweight sheet-metal end tanks, and 3.5″ inlet and outlet connections.
(Race vs. HO Intercooler Inlets)
This C6 Corvette Air-to-Air Race intercooler was designed to be a “drop-in” replacement for those already supercharged using the HO ProCharger intercooler. All existing brackets, tubing, inlet, hardware transfer over to the new Race intercooler for easy installation. Absolutely NO modifications to the Corvettes body or frame are needed this this installation, making it 100% reversible.
(Intercooler installed, with cover removed)
So if your supercharged Corvette is pushing high HP levels, and/or being used in situations where long duration WOT pulls are common (1/2 mile or 1 mile races) this is your intercooling solution. Track testing on long duration WOT pulls have seen inlet temps as low as 30 deg. over ambient! Please contact us at 913-338-2886 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, or to get in touch with a local dealer.
PART NUMBER: AIGO3A-003
RETAIL PRICE: $1,395
RETAIL UPGRADE AT TIME OF PURCHASE: $345
*Custom oil cooler mounting needed for cars equipped with an oil cooler
Posted on July 3rd, 2014 by admin
The ProCharger offices will be closed Friday, July 4th in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Normal business hours will resume Monday, July 7th.
No matter if you are smoking burgers on the grill, or smoking your tires, we wish everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday!
ProCharger takes pride in building the world’s best superchargers for the past 20 years, right here in the USA!
Posted on June 20th, 2014 by admin
So you outfitted your Jeep Wrangler JK with big tires, big lift, rack systems, on-board air, and everything else you need to survive for a weekend of off-roading … now what final Bolt-On do you need for your Jeep’s 3.6L V-6? MORE POWER! We all know that a HEMI option would have been nice from the factory, but since Jeep didn’t offer that, we have something even better: a ProCharger Self-Contained Supercharger System, with an Air-to-Air Intercooler.
No matter whether your JK is built for daily-duties or an ultimate off-road monster, one thing is for sure–you’ll love the added rush from an additional 50%+ power gain. Yup, you read the correctly, 50% power gains on just 7 psi and pump gas! With that kind boost in performance, you won’t even notice those big tires/lift kit/trailer in tow, as you push the gas pedal to make a pass on a steep grade.
Knowing these JK’s would be used in low speed/high load situations, such as crawling, river or mud crossings, ProCharger made sure to have the largest air-to-air intercooler available on the market, with the most efficient core possible. Mounted front and center in the grill, this quality intercooler instantly lets everyone on the trail know that your JK has ProCharger-power under the hood.
Hands down, this ProCharger Jeep JK supercharger system is one of the easiest kits to install, and is 100% reversible. That means no cutting, bending, grinding, drilling, etc to your ride. In fact, ProCharger created a drive system that is easier to service then even the factory system, because the belt can be removed or swapped without any other component removal! ProCharger also mounted the supercharger head unit as high as possible for those JKs that will see some water/mud, and to leave more room for aftermarket suspension/steering parts.
For those of you who want to make your JK stand out in a crowd, we offer multiple finish options for the system. The ProCharger head-unit and bracket can be purchased in Satin Aluminum finish (standard), Polished Aluminum finish (optional), or Wrinkle Black finish for a more rugged look (optional). The head-unit can be outfitted with two different styles of internal gearsets: standard gears for that typical supercharger whine, or helical “quiet” gears for a more subtle tone.
So if your ready to feel the rush of a supercharged JK, or want that extra grunt to get over the hard obstacles without gearing down, look no further. Give us at call at (913) 338-2886 or visit us on the web for more details.
Posted on June 17th, 2014 by admin
What makes ProCharger the ultimate leader in supercharging this new LT-1 C7 platform?
It starts with rock solid engineering of the best supercharger system possible, then backing it up with real world testing and evaluation. What this creates is the best product possible, and opens up options for our customers to get the system that fits their driving habits perfectly. After all the C7 isn’t a “one size fits all” kind of car, neither should the supercharger system.
(570rwhp P-1SC-1 System, with polished head unit, black brackets, and race inlet options)
ProCharger knew that new Stingray owners would be supercharging their C7 Corvettes for uses ranging from drag racing, to road racing, and your everyday spirited driving across the country (and world). So we spent countless hours in the lab, and on the track to perfect this supercharger system for all types of driving. This blog is going to cover a little bit of everything from R&D track testing, to kit options, and some of the small little items that make this system an industry leader.
In a little bit we will have a more in-depth road corse blog post, however here are some teaser photos from the last trip out to Heartland Park, in Topeka KS. We spent lots of time developing our horizontal intercooler option, to optimize it for road racing applications. Not only was lots of data collected on this trip, this was a longevity test of the “tune” that comes with our full system. Not one single change was made to the ECU’s tune during this entire day of road course testing, proving confidence in the tune supplied to our customers.
(Entering the front straight)
(135mph exit of front straight)
What does it take to get the ultimate amount of data collection on a track day? Here are some photos of the ProCharger C7 Stingray loaded down with enough data collection equipment to make the guys from Myth Busters jealous. It might not be pretty, but collecting raw data usually never is. The ProCharger engineering staff, collected pressure and temperature readings from all over the engine, supercharger system, as well as the car in general throughout the entire day of track testing. Every imaginable parameter from the ECU/TCU were also logged, all while running lap logging, to ensure consistent lap times from our driver.
(No room for riding shotgun today)
(It took 3 lap tops on board to capture all data each run)
For data collection consistency, ProCharger thankfully can rely on the expert driving of AMA and ASRA licensed road race expert Walt Sipp, to drive this Corvette C7 Stingray right at the edge, consistently lap after lap. When Walt isn’t perfecting his driving/riding abilities on the road course, he also works on the ProCharger sales staff team, ready to answer any questions you may have.
(Walt Prepping his Cockpit)
And for those that “live your life 1/4 mile at a time” (sorry we had to say it), we have been track testing the Corvette C7 down the 1/4 mile with the vertical intercooler option as well. With another track rental session coming up here soon, we won’t go into much details just yet, but can say that the system performs well beyond expectations. Thanks to the extremely efficient P-1SC-1 head unit, and the largest intercooler of any C7 supercharger system, drag racers will be enjoying this system for years to come, even at HUGE power levels.
Lets switch gears for a moment, and talk about some of the other factors that make the ProCharger system the leader in C7 forced induction. Just like ordering a C7 from the GM dealership, you can create a car that not only visually fits your needs, but also the performance level as well. ProCharger took this same approach with the C7 supercharger system, offering (3) different head unit finishes, (3) different bracket finishes, (2) Inlet options, (2) Intercooler options, and (16) head units, available to create the Corvette C7 system perfect for your application.
(Photo of a wild F-1X set up on M2K Motorsports C7)
This car recently went 145mph in the 1/4, limited by the clutch and traction. We are looking forward to hearing even more numbers out of this car as it gets more track time under its belt.
(Click the photo to see the video of this sleeper in action)
With ProCharger leading the way in C7 forced induction testing, track performance, and available options, you have to be thinking what else could possible set this kit apart from the rest? How about 100% reversibility, and 0% change to any OEM parts, and the easiest installation of any Corvette supercharger system.
That is correct, this ProCharger C7 supercharger system is 100% reversible for those of you that want to keep your supercharger system when you trade the car in for a new model year. Not to mention no OEM part of your C7 will be modified in any way during system instal, that means no cutting, no moving ABS lines, no trimming, etc. ProCharger supplies you with (2) OEM parts that we have pre-modified here at the factory, and include them in your kit, this way you can keep your OEM parts 100% original, as they should be. This concept of going the extra mile by supplying OEM parts, is something you will find unique to the ProCharger system.
Here are the two OEM items that ProCharger supplies pre-modified for you in the system. This not only speeds up your installation, but also ensures that your OEM parts stay 100% stock, for full reversal if the system was every to come off.
For those that opt for the OEM inlet, ProCharger has built an amazing CNC billet adaptor, that mates with your factory Air Box without modifying your air box in any way.
All systems are now shipping with one piece silicon hoses, so installation of intercooler tubing is a breeze. Not to mention the look is clean and simple, which is sure to grab attention when people see whats under the hood.
If you have a Corvette C7 Stingray, and are looking for the Ultimate supercharger system, for power levels from 650-1200+ HP look no further, cause ProCharger has a system for you! For more details on the Corvette C7 System, please click HERE or contact us at 913-338-2886. If you have a ProCharged C7 you want to share with the world, please check out our FACEBOOK page, or tag us at #procharger
Posted on June 16th, 2014 by admin
ProCharger now has complete intercooled supercharger systems and tuner kits available for 2014 model year Harley-Davidson V-twins, including Touring, Softail and Dyna models equipped with stock or modified air-cooled Twin Cam 96, 103, 110 or 120R+ cubic inch engines.
With 8-10+ psi of intercooled boost, owners of these bikes can expect to see gains of 50 to 80 hp while still maintaining everyday rideability and comfort. HO Intercooled Systems come complete with the self-contained supercharger, air-to-air intercooler, all necessary tubing, bypass valve, fuel injectors and engine tuning module.
With this updated and extensive line-up, ProCharger now has a bolt-on, self-contained, intercooled supercharger system available for virtually every model of air-cooled “Big Twin” H-D motorcycles from certain 1994 models up to the latest 2014 H-D bikes.
Check out the full line-up of these award-winning ProCharger Supercharger systems for H-D motorcycles HERE. We will also have a selection of 2014 models at the 74th Sturgis Rally as well.
Harley Horsepower King
Star Racing and Scott Smalley are at it again. After being the first to hit 300 rear wheel horsepower on a pushrod Big Twin, they wanted more and came back to also become the first to hit 400 hp mark on a pushrod engine. This combo is using a custom intercooled C-1R supercharger and 145” S&S engine built by Star Racing.
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(Click for Video of 400HP Dyno Run!)
ProCharger on TV
Be sure to keep an eye out for a couple new shows featuring ProCharger equipped bikes as well as several ProCharger featured shops.
#Biker Live is already running on the Discovery Channel. You can check out shots of one of the ProCharger equipped bikes by clicking the image below
The other new show, Biker Battleground Phoenix premier’s July1st on the History Channel. As an added bonus you can register to win a ProCharger equipped custom Bagger built by John Shope’s Dirty Bird Concepts.
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Posted on June 13th, 2014 by admin
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Everyone knows that ProCharger is committed to building industry leading superchargers systems for street cars/trucks, and that we are almost unrivaled in the racing market. But did you also know for the past 20 years ProCharger has also been leading the way in bringing you highly effective air-to-air intercoolers, with the largest choice of sizes/models to ensure both effectiveness and flow are maintained not only for stock motors, but modified motors as well?
It’s true, intercoolers play a huge roll in creating high HP while also maintaining engine reliability in a supercharger system. However, this important part is often never mentioned when comparing supercharger systems. In this blog we will cover the items that set the ProCharger intercoolers apart from the rest, to help illustrate what gives our supercharger systems the coolest air charge temperatures, and thus the largest, most reliable power gains available.
ProCharger was the original, introducing the aftermarket’s first intercooled supercharger system over 20 years ago, a major innovation and nearly 3 years ahead of its nearest competitor. And that innovation continues. For all of the vehicles listed below, ProCharger offers the largest, most effective intercoolers with the broadest range of intercooler options.
For starters, ProCharger uses the highly effective (and durable) “Bar and Plate” design for street/strip intercooler cores-the core itself is not only engineered to be of the proper size for the application, but also the core “spacing” of the bars and plates to ensure proper airflow flow to fluid systems behind the intercooler (IE: Radiator/Condenser).
(Photo shows height of core stack)
One of the often overlooked aspects of an intercooler is weight. We all know that if its lighter, its faster, so with that in mind ProCharger engineers design light weight stamped sheet metal aluminum end tanks for our intercoolers, instead of commonly used (heavy) cast aluminum air-to-air units - not to mention the weight of a pump, secondary heat exchanger, coolant reservoir and coolant of an air-to-water-to-air intercooler system. ProCharger intercoolers are also of the highest quality, always manufactured at the ProCharger plant in Kansas City.
When testing/designing intercoolers, ProCharger has a three-fold approach:
1) Intercooler designs begin as 3D computer models
2) Intercoolers are tested in an Aerodynamic test cell
3) Intercoolers are installed and tested in the real world, at the track and on dyno
ProCharger not only tests to ensure the pressure drop across the core’s flow path is at its absolute lowest, but also checks for proper temperature reduction between inlet and outlet. When intercoolers are being tested for their effectiveness, we are looking for the coolest air charge possible, but we also want to make sure the supercharger isn’t working to hard to “push” air through the core itself. The computer models and test cell data can help us build a great performing core right out of the gate. The final piece of the puzzle is “real world” testing at the track to see how the intercooler works with the rest of the cars cooling system, as well as adequate aerodynamics.
Sizing and Options
Another important aspect that sets ProCharger apart is that for most of our systems, we offer multiple interercooler sizes (or arrangements) to best fit your HP goals or driving habits. In this next part of the blog we will illustrate some of the various sizing and lay out options available for a few different supercharger systems.
For the 2011+ 5.0L Mustang, the animation below illustrates (3) different intercooler options in the form of the HO intercooler system, Stage 2, and Race. The HO intercooler features a highly efficient crossflow intercooler core for stock or slightly modified applications. Our Stage 2 offering swaps to a large side to side flow core that is 3.5″ thick offering great flow for modified applications pushing the power levels. For those going for the ultimate in charge cooling, the Race Intercooler with 4.5″ thick core can be ordered that features a MASSIVE 1296 cubic/inch Cooling Core! As you can see all (3) intercoolers fit behind the factory 5mph impact bumper, and no modification to the car is needed for installation.
HO Intercooler = 540 cubic/in Cooling Core
Stage 2 Intercooler = 1008 cubic/in Cooling Core
Race Intercooler = 1296 cubic/in Cooling Core
The C7 Stingray Corvette is a car that is just at home on the road course as it is at the drag strip. At ProCharger we knew having an intercooler layout for each was needed. So using the same massive 972 cubic inch cooling cores, we developed both horizontal and vertical layouts, to match different driving habits. We recommend the vertical style unit for drag racing applications where high hp and absolute maximum cooling of the air charge is needed in short bursts. The horizontal unit is better-suited for road racing applications, where long periods of wide-open-throttle demand maximum airflow to other factory cooling systems.
Vertical Intercooler = 972 cubic/in Cooling Core
Horizontal Intercooler = 972 cubic/in Cooling Core
The next animation shows the two intercooler options available for the 2011+ 6.4L SRT Challenger. The HO intercooler features a high flow, top-to-bottom core design that maximizes available airflow through the cars front fascia. However, for those pushing horsepower/boost levels, and wanting the largest air-to-air intercooler available for new HEMI-powered cars, the Race Intercooler option with its 970 cubic inch core is also available.
Stage 2 Intercooler = 423 cubic/in Cooling Core
Race Intercooler = 970 cubic/in Cooling Core
One of the most modified platforms we sell superchargers for is the new Gen 5 Camaro SS. To ensure we have the perfect intercooler for its wide range of power levels, ProCharger is happy to offer (2) different intercoolers. Much like as the 2011+ Mustang 5.0L, the base HO system offers a high-flowing vertical core design for stock or mildly modified vehicles. For those pushing the power levels with modified motors or using their Camaro SS for heads-up racing, we offer the Race unit that switches to a side-to-side core and 4.5″ thick core, for the ultimate in charge temp cooling.
HO Intercooler = 486 cubic/in Cooling Core
Race Intercooler = 1296 cubic/in Cooling Core
For those truck lovers out there, we didn’t forget about you–below you can take a peak at the two different intercooler options available for the Ford F-150 Raptor. The Stage 2 intercooler is standard with its high flow vertical core design, and the Race intercooler option is for truck racing applications, or where low speed/high load conditions demand even higher intercooling efficiency (such as towing, etc).
Stage 2 Intercooler = 486 cubic/in Cooling Core
Race Intercooler = 1296 cubic/in Cooling Core
For more information on intercooling in general, including the benefits of air-to-air vs air-to-water-to-air for street use, please visit our Intercooling page HERE
Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach us at 913-338-2886 or email us at email@example.com
Posted on June 12th, 2014 by admin
With the season well underway, and lots of racers getting all the winter “bugs” worked out of their cars/combos the wins, records and points are really starting to tally up. With so many ProCharger powered racers adding their names to the record/win books, its almost hard to keep up with. We are going to do our best here to put up some of the highlights, but feel free to contact us if we have missed any.
Starting with NMRA, Phil Hines moves into the points lead in the NMRA Street Outlaw, after his Winning finish at the SCT Ford Nationals in MD, followed by a runner up finish this weekend in Norwalk OH. Looks like once again Phil is using the consistency of ProCharger power to follow up a dominating championship in 2013 with another incredible season.
(Phil, 2013 champion, on his way to the win in Street Outlaw)
More big news in the NMRA Street Outlaw world, Andy Manson makes the switch to a ProCharger supercharger just before Norwalk, and takes home the win! It takes one heck of a crew and driver to make a new combo work right out of the gate, even more so to take home an event win. Way to go guys!
Bart Tobener is not only living the joy of back to back wins in NMRA Renegade these past two races (OH and MD), but also setting the new class record AND breaking down the 7 second barrier in this class. Congrats to Bart for the Wins and the Record, and welcome to the 7 second club. Overall, at Norwalk, four of the top six qualifiers in the Renegade class were ProCharged.
Link to Record HERE.
Link to DragZine story HERE.
Another worth while mention is that of long time Real Street racer Craig Baldwin. Craig is making headway with his new combo entered in the Coyote Modified class. This F-1D Procharger powered machine grabbed the #2 qualifying spot, as well as the runner up finish this weekend in OH. Additionally, Joe Cram qualified #3 in Coyote Modified with his ProCharged combo and trailered Team Beefcake in the first round before falling to Baldwin in the second round.
Next up we have to talk about the white Mustang of Eric Gustafson, that is not only tearing up the west coast 1/8th mile racing with wins, but now has switched over to 1/4 mile racing. On its first 1/4 mile pass ever, this Mustang set the new NMCA West Street Outlaw Record! Does it get any better then that for a race team? Talk about something to smile about. Eric’s 460 cubic inch LSX powered Mustang has racked up 4 wins in a row, talk about a streak. This car also holds the 275 Radial record in for WCHRA 4.566 @ 165.66 in the 1/8th mile.
Check out the R&E Racing Facebook HERE
Great write up about Eric’s Mustang HERE
Another team racking up event wins and records is that of the American Racing Headers / Farks Super Cars Gen5 Camaro. Fresh off its event win at the Camaro 5 fest in Houston, the A.R.H team loaded up and headed to Chevy High Performance Nationals in GA and reset the Gen5 Camaro record! 8.20@169 (as well as took runner up in the class, with the F-1C headunit) Can this car go 7’s with a 9″ ProCharger supercharger? Only time will tell, but we can’t wait to see if its possible here in the office.
In Car Video of run HERE
Outside Video of run HERE
A.H.R. / Farks Facebook HERE
Another ProCharger supercharged racer putting away some wins, and bringing home the trophies is Kevin Young. Kevin and his team recently took home another win in West Coast Hot Rods 275 Radial Class. Here is an awesome shot of this 3rd gen taking those front tires to the sky. We look forward to Kevin adding to this accomplishment over the rest of the racing season.
In addition to following all of these super impressive ProCharged racers and their accomplishments, hopefully some of you stopped by the ProCharger display at the NMCA event in St. Louis. We packed over 5,000+ rear wheel HP worth of supercharged street cars into the booth (not counting the two engines on display). Everything from the new upcoming Jeep JK supercharger system, to a F-2 converted 1,750hp Ford GT.
Jeep JK (P-1SC-1)
Corvette C7 (P-1SC-1)
Ford GT Supercar (F-2)
If you want to see a LOT more images from this event, click HERE or the image below to view over 125+ images! Enjoy.
Posted on May 29th, 2014 by admin
When Big Power Racing was looking to add a supercharger to their limited edition Al Unser Jr. Camaro, they wanted the best. What better supercharger to power this Champion’s Camaro, than the supercharger that builds Champions year in and year out. The ProCharger D-1SC system on this Camaro cranks out over 600+ HP on pump gas, yet remains mild mannered for daily street use. The perfect blend of power and refinement that Al wanted in a car that carried his name.
The fit and finish under the hood matches the theme of the car perfectly, and the polished finish option on the ProCharger D-1SC head unit grabs your attention and lets you know that this Camaro makes some serious HP.
The exterior has also been enhanced with the addition of larger wheels, road race spec tires, and a vast assortment of aerodynamic add-ons. Not to mention a large front opening to supply fresh cool air to the massive ProCharger air-to-air intercooler–perfect for days out at the track.
The exhaust has been enhanced by the addition of headers by American Racing Headers, and we don’t have words to describe how good this car sounds from behind–which is the view most will see of this supercharged monster as it leaves them in its dust.
Here are some images from The Al Unser Jr. Camaro special debut at the Indy 500. Not only was this car front and center for some coverage with NBC, but it also got to spend a little time with the Camaro Pace car, and then enjoy some time on the track.
Here are some images of Al laying down the first pair of signatures on the car.
Visit the following link for more details about the Al Unser Jr. Camaro www.aujcamaro.com
For information about 2010+ Camaro SS ProCharger Systems and Tuner Kits, please visit our main page at