What Is A Supercharger?


 A supercharger is a forced induction system, which compresses the air flowing into the engine. Compressing air allows an engine to also allow more fuel into the cylinder which translates to more power. Superchargers draw power from the crankshaft that is connected directly to the engine.

They are sometimes chosen over turbochargers because there is no “turbo lag”— using engine power means less time waiting for a turbocharger to spool.
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