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2011-2014 Charger 5.7L R/T HO ProCharger Supercharger (Tuner Kit)

SKU:PRO-1DF404
Dimensions:40x24x24
Weight:80.0 lbs
Manufacturer:ProCharger
 
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BOLT-ON OVER 160+ MORE HORSEPOWER TO YOUR 5.7 HEMI

Proven Intercooled ProCharger Systems and Tuner Kits are now shipping for 2011-14 5.7L Challengers and Chargers (and 5.7L Rams). This industry leading technology produces a gain of 160+ HP with a conservative 7 psi. For those wanting to purchase a tuner kit and have custom tuning performed by a local dealer, higher gains are possible on modified motors.

Intercooled ProCharger Systems provide the coolest charge air temperatures, largest power gains and most repeatable performance available. ProCharger’s 5.7L systems and tuner kits feature the industry standard P-1SC-1 ProCharger, with self-contained oiling, billet impeller and billet gear cases standard. This kit also features highly effective and reliable air-to-air intercooling, which combines with an advantaged mounting location and best in class supercharger efficiency to minimize heat production and heat transfer, and maximize reliable power gains.

Why ProCharger Superchargers for your HEMI powered Car or Truck?

ProCharger superchargers offer some of the most reliable, and efficient supercharges on the market today. Think of a turbo without the lag. Like turbos, ProChargers utilize centrifugal forces to compress air, but unlike turbos they are driven by the engine’s crankshaft not its exhaust flow. The result is a liner, predictable power curve, with very streetable manners. Another advantage is ProChargers are able to maintain much cooler intake air temperatures. Because the system’s intercooler has greater flexibility in mounting locations, engineers are able to optimize the charge cooling system. In many cases ProCharger’s massive 3 core intercooler is mounted ahead of the radiator, directly in the cool air stream at the front of the vehicle. Lower intake air temperatures translate into a denser air charge, and reduce the engine’s exposure to damaging detonation.

A centrifugal supercharger works by combining the function of several components; including impeller, compressor housing, diffuser, and transmission. As in a turbo, the impeller is a turbine wheel that pushes air into the compressor housing at high velocity. It’s a small part that has a big job. It rotates at extremely high RPM and endures massive mechanical and thermal loads. It must be carefully engineered, precision crafted and balanced to hundredths of a gram. The compressor housing (volute) is the snail-shell shaped casting that functions as a collector, it gathers the air flow and delivers it to a downstream pipe. The diffuser’s job is to convert the kinetic energy of the air flow (velocity) into pressure (boost). This is accomplished by gradually slowing the speed of the air charge, allowing the air “behind” it to “catch up” thereby building pressure in the gas column. The transmission is the gear-set and bearings that support the impeller and multiply the input (crankshaft) RPM to the impeller. The impeller needs to turn at very high RPM to be effective. Typically, the impeller shaft is overdriven by a factor of 5.4 but can be as high as a factor of 8. So if the engine is turning at 1,000 RPM the impeller is turning at 8,000 RPM, if the engine is turning at 6,200 RPM the impeller is turning at 49,600 RPM!

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ProCharger Supercharger’s are extremely reliable power adders and are made right here in the USA. Featuring a patented self-contained oiling design, billet impellers (standard), and billet gear cases, you can feel confident that you’re getting an industry leading supercharger. High precision billet parts mean that not only is the supercharger more rigid, and seals better, but that it is also an extraordinary looking product.

ProCharger Superchargers have led to many years of racing championships for numerous drivers. Most of the fastest HEMI’s in the world are powered by ProCharger Superchargers. Get your ProCharger today and join the leagues of happy ProCharger customers.

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P-1SCD-1SC F-1A F-1C F-1D
Volute Diameter9"9"9"9.75"9"
MAX HP 825 925 1,100 1,200 1,050
Max Flow (CFM) 1,200 1,400 1,525 1,625 1,500
Max Boost (PSI) 30 32 38 38 34
Inlet Hose Diameter3.75"3.75"3.75"4"3.75"
Inducter Diameter3.37"3.37"3.37"3.7"3.37"
Exducer Diameter6.25"6.25"5.56"5.56"6.25"
Outlet Hose Diameter3"3"3"3"3"
Outlet I.D.2.62"2.62"2.62"2.62"2.62"
Max Impeller RPM62,00062,00074,00074,00065,000
Internal Step-Up Ratio4.10:14.10:15.40:15.40:15.40:1
Reverse Rotation AvailableYesYesYesYesYes
Self-ContainedYesYesYesYesYes
Oil Capacity (Oz.)66444

*All of the figures above were taken from ProCharger provided information

*Figures are not absolutes, and can be higher depending on the application

*Figures are based on peak air flows, actual powered levels will very and can be higher with a well prepared engine

 
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