The Paxton name has been synonymous with automotive performance for nearly five decades. The company produced the original production centrifugal supercharger and has made its mark in every decade as a leader in high performance applications. Each Paxton supercharging system is designed, tested, and sold to be installed on vehicles in their original or otherwise stock form. Paxton provides the best performance while maintaining a margin of safety that anticipates most driving conditions that the customer may encounter.
The centrifugal supercharger system characteristics of progressive and linear power addition (over the naturally aspirated engine) allow for peak power targets to be achieved without overwhelming drivetrain components such as transmissions, driveshafts, clutches and rear axle assemblies. This performance curve, directly proportional to engine rpm, allows a centrifugal system to exceed the peak power potential of other boosting options with excellent driveability, performance and less impact on fuel economy.
Tuner Systems come complete with all mechanical components required for a bolt-on installation by the experienced do-it-yourselfer.
This listing is for the Paxton "Tuner" series kit. Tuner kits do NOT include fuel management upgrade or programming!
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Ford Mustang GT
Paxton Automotive is a well-known manufacturer of superchargers for automotive use. They are based in the US and are known for their centrifugal-type superchargers.
Though there are factory-installed superchargers available in the market, the majority of their sales still come from the aftermarket industry. Today, you often see them installed in domestic American muscle cars and has been the go-to brand of top racing teams worldwide.
Robert Paxton McCulloch initially started the supercharger design way back in 1937. Installed in a Flathead V8, it was a popular modification at that time.
After the war, the supercharger design was developed and sold to the public. It was then used for Nascar Racing before it was banned after one year due to its regulation. It has continued to evolve over the years and was used by multiple manufacturers and even by US Navy Submarines.
Already proven in the race track, Paxton has developed products that are a guaranteed upgrade for any engine. Used by many racers and enthusiasts, it has produced winners at the track and has been consistently at the forefront when it comes to centrifugal design superchargers.
All of Paxton’s products are designed with quality in mind. Using their experience and race-proven knowledge, they can develop parts that consistently meet customer expectations. Using high-quality materials such as billet steels and aerospace-quality high-speed bearings, they create products that can outperform their competitors.
One reason why a lot of enthusiasts and engine builders choose Paxton is because of their compact and efficient design. The first type of supercharger is called a roots supercharger which requires you to install it on top of the engine. This design is a bit hard for daily use as it requires modifying the vehicle’s hood and it lessens front visibility. Paxton introduced a solution for this, It allowed them to position it within the tight spaces of the engine bay requiring no modification on the bodywork of the car. They also offer kits that do not require a separate drive system making the installation simple.
If you are in search of a quality power adder for your vehicle, then Paxton is the brand for you. It offers a direct bolt-on kit for a variety of vehicles and comes with all the necessary hardware required for the install. To know more about Paxton, visit Vivid Racing and see the list of superchargers and accessories available for your specific needs.
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