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PRI Show 2014 Marquee Day 2 of the Performance Racing Industry show is in the books, and what a day it was! Wave after wave of racing enthusiasts came by the booth to talk to our team about the efficiency of Vortech, and why that makes such a difference in all motorsports, but even more so in competition level racing! If you are at the show, make sure to stop by the booth and speak to our staff about the Vortech difference!

Lance with Power AutoMedia

Here is Vortech's own Lance Keck being interviewed for Power AutoMedia's coverage of the show. Everyone wants to get the latest info on new products and applications, and interviews with the manufacturers are a great way to find out what is new and what will be coming soon. Power AutoMedia's various channels are a great source to find it all in one place. Universal LSX-Swap Flyer Speaking of new, here is the flyer for Vortech's new Universal LSX-Swap Supercharging Systems. Look for these exciting new systems to be available soon through the Vortech network of authorized Dealers. Blower with CDS Gear DriveChris Alston Jr. with Lance

Here we find Chris Alston Jr. from Chris Alston's Chassisworks talking to Vortech's own Lance Keck with a Vortech-equipped Chassisworks/CDS gear drive looking sweet in the foreground. Chris Jr. runs a Vortech V-28 128 in his '64 Chevy Nova Racecar, and the combination has brought Chris to many event wins as a result. most recently, Alston took the top spot in the XTreme Drag Radial class at the Street Car Super Nationals in Las Vegas, NV with his consistently low numbers, culminating in a 4.33 @ 179mph to take the win. Ask Chris Alston Jr. about the Vortech difference, and he'll tell you about how switching to a more efficient Vortech supercharger from a competitor's unit led to dropping hundreds of degrees off his discharge temperatures, leading to more power per pound of boost, and better, more consistent times down the track. Stealth Black Finish Supercharger The Stealth Black Finish as seen here on this Vortech V-3 Supercharger has quickly become one of the more popular finishes on many of our supercharger applications. The black compliments the OEM fit-and-finish of the Vortech Supercharging Systems, giving an even stronger impression of a factory style appearance. Satin and Polished Finishes are, of course, also available. ImpellerV-24 Xi-B Display Unit What is this, you may ask? Why, it's the Vortech V-24 Xi-B Supercharger. This potent compressor is the Billet impeller version of the revered and feared Xi Supercharger, and can flow 2,750cfm and support over 1,600 horsepower. Talk to our experienced team to find out if the V-24 Xi-B is the right piece to take your combination to the next level of performance. The full compliment of efficient awesomeness.Bypass Valves & Charge CoolerRace Blow-Off Valves Here we see an arsenal of Vortech equipment - Superchargers of many different sizes and outputs, to Bypass and Blow-Off Valves, Carb Hats, Charge Coolers, and so much more. Need more information on any of these parts or anything else Vortech makes? Give our knowledgeable staff back at the office a call at 805-247-0226. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about our products. V-3 and V-30 SuperchargersDavid & Goliath, V-3 and V-30 Superchargers What do we have here? Is this beauty and the beast? Big brother and little brother? David & Goliath? Well, the stealth black finish V-3 H67B Supercharger on the left is the street supercharger we use on the Scion FR-S & Subaru BRZ, while the V-30 Supercharger on the right...let's just say that will support A LOT more power. Whatever your size and output requirements, Vortech can set you up with the best possible match for your application. What does tomorrow hold for the PRI Show? More racers? More race discussion? More enthusiasts flocking to find out more about the Vortech difference? All of the above, of course!







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