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Kraftwerks - Ultra Charger?

Feb 7, 2008
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Import R&D giants Skunk2 and Oscar Jackson have recently joined forces to launch Kraftwerks, which both parties hope will reinvent the SpoCom forced induction market. The company will begin the production of new supercharger kits for popular import platforms, with newly redesigned Rotrex units at the core. Based on a centrifugal supercharger design, the Rotrex uses planetary rollers instead of gears to translate energy from a belt-driven pulley to its compressor wheel at a rate faster than anything currently on the market.

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The increased compressor speed (and correspondent airflow) translates to increased power production across the board in any application with efficiency and max power potential claimed to rival that of a similarly sized turbo. Visit www.kraftwerksusa.com for details, pricing and availability.

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