Sprintex USA Supercharger Introduced for Dodge Challenger V6

Sprintex Supercharger adds 54% additional HP and 47% added Torque with No Throttle Lag
Sprintex Introduces its Supercharger for Late Model Dodge Challengers V6
Sprintex Introduces its Supercharger for Late Model Dodge Challengers V6
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OKLAHOMA CITY - July 30, 2015 - PRLog -- Sprintex USA is adding new charge to the late model Dodge Challenger equipped with a 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine by introducing a fully integrated supercharger system for 2012 to current models. The Sprintex supercharger, featuring a patented twin screw design, provides 54% more horsepower and 47% more ft. lbs. of torque over a stock V6 Challenger. While performance varies based on overall condition of the vehicle, it is proven on a chassis dyno to easily add over 100 HP and 100 ft. lbs. of torque with more to spare.

Designed to take a Challenger from zero to 60 in less than five seconds, it generates an additional 50 ft. lbs. of torque by 1,000 RPM. “This kit delivers better performance than the 5.7 Hemi at a fraction of the cost, with substantially better fuel economy,” says Jeff Tromans, Sprintex USA National Sales Director.

The Sprintex Challenger supercharger generates efficient power across the full RPM spectrum with minimal internal leakage.  The twin screw rotary compressor forms helical “packet’ volumes that deliver better efficiency and ultimately more power, particularly at lower RPMs with a no lag response time. As the supercharger rotates, it compresses the air inside the unit before releasing it to the intake manifold. This internal pressure ratio can be changed to suit each application, making the twin screw design very efficient for its intended application. It also makes the Sprintex compressor capable of very high boost pressures if needed.

Every Sprintex supercharger is designed, engineered and tested to OE specifications and features high quality materials and finishes.  Built to ISO quality standards and test benched according to SAE J1723, the Sprintex supercharger is designed to last and look good under the hood. As a fully integrated and reversible system, all components are supplied pre-assembled. Self-contained oiling means there is no need for external oil lines or additional upgrades. Installation is estimated to be between six to eight hours. Some hood modification is required.

For more information about the Sprintex Supercharger for the 2012-current Dodge Challenger with the 3.6L Pentastar V6, part # 263A10091, call 855.591.2778, or visit www.sprintexusa.com.

About Sprintex
Sprintex Limited, formed in 2003, (formerly ATG Automotive Technology Group Limited) is an automotive engineering company based in Perth, Western Australia, listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX- SIX, formerly ATJ).

Sprintex USA, formed in 2012, is the official USA distributor for Sprintex Limited with distribution and assembly served out of the company’s facility in Oklahoma City, OK.  Oklahoma City serves as the distribution center for markets in the USA and the manufacturing facility for manifold housing assemblies. The company’s premier product is a positive displacement, mechanically driven, twin screw compressor supercharger system designed for late model, gas powered vehicles including Dodge Ram, Challenger, Jeep, BMW Mini Cooper and more.  Developed using twin screw compressor technology, the Sprintex system offers highly efficient power and torque gains across a broad speed range from low to full throttle with minimal toxic emissions (carbon monoxide and dioxide, NOX, hydrocarbons).

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