144 Series Superchargers - Chevrolet
If you are looking for a supercharger to fit under the hood of your hot rod, then Weiand's 142/144 series superchargers are exactly what your looking for! These Pro-Street supercharger kits are designed and engineered to give small block Chevy's 25-40% more power while maintaining outstanding street-ability!
144 Series Weiand Superchargers feature a low-profile design that offers even more hood clearance than the 142 series. The 144 series is great for tight engine compartments and they are a practical addition to any performance or tow vehicle where hood clearance and/or the use of a long water pump and three v-belts are required. PTFE tipped rotors in the 144 superchargers create tight rotor to case tolerances for improved boost capabilities.
Both the 142 and 144 series superchargers feature 100% NEW CNC machined parts (no remanufactured components). New thick-wall cases and rotors eliminate high-RPM flex and provide maximum reliability. All superchargers are 100% Boost Tested to help you squeeze the maximum power and efficiency out of your supercharger!
Kits Include: Manifold, Blower Assembly, Drive Snout, Pulleys, Belt and Hardware.
Supercharger Troubleshooting Guide
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