Whipple superchargers exclusive features. • Front entry W175ax (2.9 liters) Whipple twin-screw supercharger that significantly outflows competitions 2.3L roots-type systems. • Integrated casting to minimize bolt on pieces, adapters, leaks and flow restrictions.
Whipple Ecoboost Intercoolers are sold by TREperformance, these new Ecoboost upgrades from Whipple Superchargers work for many Ford Mustang and F-150 vehicles. Available with Nitrous and/or Water/Meth. If you crave 4 digit horsepower but still want to maintain the everyday driveability of your car, the 427 cubic inch Whipple 4.5L supercharged LS from Wegner Automotive is the engine you need ...
Mini Mouse has seen more than her fair share of dyno time. After the introduction, we installed a cam then tested a pair of carbureted intake manifolds. We followed that up with a top-end change that included wilder cam timing and a set of CNC-ported Gen X 205 heads.
Whipple Superchargers is owned and operated by its founder Art Whipple and is located in Fresno, CA. Founder and president Art Whipple has always been regarded as a true innovator and enjoyed a very successful racing career as crew chief and owner of Top Fuel Funny Cars and Dragsters, as well...
- The 4.5 liter supercharger fits under most cowled hoods without modifications. - Compared to Whipple's smaller 2.9L version, it is able to generate substantially more boost on this engine (approx 20 psi vs. 13 psi) - Their high efficiency reduces heat generated compressing the inlet air
Whipple Superchargers is owned and operated by it's founder Art Whipple and is located in Fresno, CA. Founder and president Art Whipple has always been regarded as a true innovator and enjoyed a very successful Whipple Superchargers. www.whipplesuperchargers.com. +1 559 442 1261.
Jun 05, 2016 · Whipple offers 3.3-, 4.0-, and 5.0-liter compressors, but none had been adapted to LS engines. When it comes to centrifugal superchargers, both Vortech and ProCharger offer a number of large compressors to suit high-powered street engines and dedicated racing combinations. Music to the Ears?