Why Rotrex?

Acceleration and power delivery

Compared to traditional centrifugal superchargers, the Rotrex unit offers the highest boost at low and mid-range engine speeds. Compressor speeds as high as 240,000 rpm results in superior acceleration and power delivery.

Reliability and low Noise


The secret behind Rotrex’s low noise level is the high-tech patented Rotrex rotary drive system. Smooth planet rollers without teeth, gives silent operation, less vibrations and offer reliability under all types of operations.

 

Compactness


The compactness and shape of the small Rotrex superchargers offers unique packaging advantages and installation flexibility, an important characteristic in the small modern engine compartment.

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Rotrex superchargers are the very latest generation of superchargers. At TTS Performance, we are at the forefront of development for supercharging modern engines. We use Rotrex superchargers because of their high efficiency. Being a centrifugal compressor, the unit is capable of spinning the turbine at up to 150,000rpm*. Drive comes from the crank pulley and, as a result of this, the airflow from the supercharger. With increased airflow comes an increase in power generated by the engine. With a completely linear power curve, the power becomes completely useable as there is no sudden increase in torque.

Tech

Key to Rotrex centrifugal superchargers' superior combination of power delivery, compactness, low noise and reliability is its patented state of the art Traction Drive Technology.

Great speeds and low noise are just some of the advantages of traction drives over traditional gear transmissions.

 

Traction drives transmit power through friction forces between its rolling elements.

 

This traction drive combined with the latest technology in centrifugal compression, characterised by high adiabatic efficiency and low noise, gives Rotrex centrifugal superchargers an exceptional competitive edge over any other forced induction solution.

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