One of my favorite things to blog about (when I haven't found enough time to wrench on the Dart) is the myriad of questionable performance parts for sale on eBay. One common rip-off is the "electric supercharger," which is actually a marine bilge vent blower, in most cases. Usually the seller makes claims for these that are hard to back up. Not this guy.
He posts a dyno graph of his product, and take a close look - the engine makes more power without
the electric supercharger than with it!
It's worth checking out the auction for a couple other points. The dyno operator also made no effort to hide his contempt for the device, and the text is shot through with typos and bad punctuation.
Labels: Automotive Awefulness