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Old 05-17-2018, 09:26 AM   #1  
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Rotrex Electrically Assisted Variable Speed Superchargers

Hey Guys,
Just wondering what you guys would think about this. I know increasing performance on this car would be a nightmare and wouldn't suggest anything aside from the intake and exhaust that was mentioned here countless times but this seemed really interesting to me so I just wanted your thoughts on this. From what I read, this charger seems to offer a variable boost to your car where you get a high boost at low rpms then I assume the boost tapers off the higher you go. It also has an 'infinite gear ratio.' Do you guys think this could still cripple the CVT?
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