Advantages of our supercharger system:
- More Power
- Sport engine characteristics
- Installation instructions
- CAD documentation
- street legal
- Retrofitting to stock easily made
- Highly qualified support
Delay-free & direct response thanks to pre-charged boost pressure, unique sports engine characteristics, maximum revving thanks to the combination of centrifugal supercharger & high-speed concept. In the partial load range there is always overpressure in the airbox.
The basis for the best quality at OEM level: State-of-the-art production and certified quality assurance according to DIN ISO 9001.
We would be happy to provide you with detailed installation instructions as well as comprehensive CAD documentation with a parts list. Nevertheless, we recommend having our supercharger systems installed by our specialist staff.
Differences to the “SK1” supercharger system:
- Upgrade fuel injectors with over 100% higher flow rate included
- Adapted ECU software
- increased installation effort
- Only for export or racing.
- ASA T1-523 supercharger
- K07 centrifugal clutch at additional cost
- 165mm supercharger pulley
- Belt drive with retaining plate
- Boost pressure approx. 0.6 bar rel.
- Cast aluminum intake air duct
- Sports air filter
- Air-to-water intercooler
- Elaborate airbox made of cast aluminum
- Pneumatically controlled boost pressure
- 8 fuel injectors with higher flow rate
- Supercharger oil supply by engine oil
Mixture preparation / electronics:
- Programming ECU, engine and DKG by infinitas engineers
- V-MAX increase at additional cost
- OBD & diagnostic functions are retained
infinitas – highest quality for best performance:
Note for customers with self-installation: Before starting the conversion, please first read out the standard ECU software with the flash tool and forward this to email@example.com for modification. This ensures that the modified file is available when the mechanical work is completed. The assembly of these kits is demanding, we recommend installing them in our house!
Comparison: with centrifugal clutch vs. without centrifugal clutch: