Kraftwerks is pleased to announce the release of a brand new intercooled supercharger system for the new Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S. At the heart of the new system is the Rotrex C30-94, which is the same supercharger used in the extremely successful Kraftwerks 2006-2013 Honda Civic Si system.
At 9psi of boost pressure, the supercharger system produced an impressive +80whp on 91-octane through the OEM headers and exhaust, and +125whp on E85 through Skunk2 headers and exhaust. More impressive is the linear power curve throughout the entire power band and the patented traction drive technology, which transmits power through friction forces between its rolling elements.Features:
- Rotrex C30-94 Supercharger Unit
- Independent Drive System
- Toothed Belt System
- Offset Supercharger Placement
- Cold Air Intake
- Easily Upgradeable
- Optimized Tubing and Intercooler Layout
- Ease of Installation and Tuning
- Upgraded Clutch Recommended
Kraftwerks Performance Group is proud to bring you the most advanced supercharger system available. At the core of each Kraftwerks supercharger kit is the revolutionary and patented Rotrex, traction-drive supercharger. The proprietary design allows for reduced weight; smaller, quieter, cooler operation; and shaft speeds in excess of 200,000 rpm. No other forced induction method can compare to Rotrex’s superior efficiency, unmatched performance, reduced emissions, and transient response.
Kraftwerks supercharger systems are designed to deliver broad, usable power gains—ideal for street cars and track cars alike. No other supercharger kit or turbocharger system can compare. Kraftwerks supercharger kits represent the pinnacle of forced induction, having demonstrated gains in excess of 100% across the entire powerband on a number of applications.
Each Kraftwerks supercharger kit is designed in-house at their state-of-the-art, Norco, Calif., facility with applications available for a variety of vehicles.
Today they continue their tradition of creating leading-edge products through a state-of-the-art engineering and R&D department as well as through extensive engine development and testing both on the race track and the street.