The V-30 131A Supercharger is a new compressor, larger than any previous compressor stage in the V-20 or V-30 line, and features a plethora of cutting-edge technology, including its technologically advanced, high-efficiency, 5-Axis machined billet impeller and high-diffusion housing developed in our SAE-J1723-compliant supercharger test cell.
Built to address the needs of the over 1,000HP racer, the V-30 is a clean sheet design that incorporates many years of racing compressor knowledge. The patented design employs a unique impeller shaft support system that is robust enough to endure the speeds and accelerations associated with high horsepower drag racing and the durability to perform well in the offshore boat-racing world. The modular design allows fitment of a wide range of compressor stages. Another revolutionary feature of the V-30 series is the new Nano-Tolerance Technology (NTT) that allows Vortech to minimize clearances inside the supercharger, without raising the chances of internal component compromise. This further raises the efficiency of what were already the most efficient superchargers available to new, unprecedented levels. What this means to you is less heat, lower IATs, and even more power at the same boost level.
The V-30 Superchargers also benefit from the Diverging Diffusion Technology (DDT) impeller/volute performance system with engine specific tunability. All V-30 series superchargers share a 4.21:1 internal step-up ratio and are engine oil lubricated or an auxiliary system can be fabricated. Like the V-1 family, the V-30 can have different compressor stages.
The V-30 Enhanced Air Inlet System is designed to work directly in conjunction with gear-drives and other front-facing mounting configurations to allow the V-30 Superchargers increased air induction capacity for each compressor.
The V-30 131A supercharger is designed to provide up to 45+ PSI in extreme drag racing applications. Recommended to racers who are building for 5-second ET's in Pro-Mod and Limited Drag Radial racing classes.
Other, less efficient superchargers may be able to provide equal or greater levels of boost, but do so at higher discharge temperatures and with greater parasitic power loss.
Racers who switch from a competing supercharger to the 131A will be capable of lower ET's and faster top speeds due to its higher efficiency, lower discharge temperatures, and greater power potential.
The extreme durability of the V-30 supercharger design allows a single head unit to be used for multiple quarter-mile passes before being replaced, under the same conditions that cause competing superchargers to wear down and need replacement after one or two passes.