Since 1987, Whipple Superchargers have been the pioneers and leaders of twin-screw supercharging. Whipple was the first to bring positive displacement technology to fuel injected, emissions legal GM applications. With over 26 years of GM twin-screw supercharging experience, Whipples team have now engineered the most powerful intercooled twin-screw SC system available today for your GM LT1 direct injected engines. With all the latest technology, the all new Whipple system makes more power than any other positive displacement supercharger system on the market giving you tire frying, neck whipping power that will give you a grin from ear to ear. The new Whipple system is 100% complete and is designed for stock engines but has enough capability to work with heavily modified engines.
The all-new system features Whipples massive oversized air-to-water intercooler for unmatched cooling capacity, W175FFax Whipple twin-screw supercharger that reaches 99% volumetric efficiency and industry leading power potential. The unique intercooled bypass system offers better acceleration and less than 1hp of consumption during cruising for excellent fuel economy. The system also includes a massive (over 3 times larger than competition) intercooler water reservoir that has over 4 gallons of capacity, aluminum high flow intake manifold and a SCT X4 for the factory ECU and transmission recalibration. While others claim, Whipple Superchargers simply deliver more power per pound of boost than any other supercharger on the market today.
- Whipple W175FFax Supercharger 2.9L
• Front feed supercharger utilizes precision ground helical cut gears vs a problematic belt
• Integrated casting to minimized bolt on pieces, adapters, leaks, and flow restrictions
• Integrated Crusher venturin shaped inlet for maximum airflow capacity and minimal rotor cavitation. 112mm round inlet outflows and allows for optional 102mm throttle bodies.
• Big Mouth Whipple Crusher plastic air inlet for increased velocity and lower inlet temps.
• Integrated design allows for oversized intercooler core, giving lower air charge temps to allow more boost and timing to be run on pump gas.
• Massive air-to-water aluminum bar plate intercooler reservoir (over 2.5 gallons) holds more than triple other systems allowing longer, more consistent power.
• Self contained oversized oil system for dramatically reduced oil temps in even the most demanding conditions.
• Zero turn inlet allows for decreased induction losses when compared to rear inlet systems.
• Center discharge port for better cylinder to cylinder distribution than other twin-screws.
• Discharge down design allows for less pressure loss, giving more power at lower boost levels.
• Top mount design allows for cooler operation than upside down SC's that conduct heat from the engine.
The Whipple front feed system is far superior to rear inlet based SC systems for a very simple reason, less inlet restrictions. While some companies make phony claims about how many bends they have, the fact is simple, the front entry systems do not require multiple 90deg bends or one sweeping 180deg bend before the SC inlet, which causes unequal rotor filling and lower volumetric efficiency. For 50-state emissions legal systems, the Whipple front entry system requires 1 less bend (3 to 4) then any rear entry SC. With other cold air intake systems, it's 2 less bends (1 to 3). Others just show pictures of the air tube, but forget to mention the SC inlet which makes 2 90 deg bends, while also restricting plenum volume so they can clear the firewall. The Whipple system also uses a round (round flows significantly more then oval or rectangle shapes) 112mm opening vs. other systems that utilize lower flowing rectangle opening.
Not all front inlet systems are created equal. As in typical Whipple fashion, the Whipple front inlet system is not restricted by a 93mm inlet system which severely limits your potential power gains. The Whipple SC system uses a unique 112mm round (round flows significantly more then oval or rectangle) inlet for nearly 1800cfm capacity (1200hp). With the Whipple system featuring the stainless steel jackshaft, it also maintains a true high flow system from the filter to the supercharger inlet. Other systems have severe inlet restrictions with the shaft running through the already small inlet path, further restricting airflow and potential power.
The LT1 5.3L and 6.2L use the factory fuel system to maintain proper fuel levels at peak power. A unique feature is the pre-casted injector bosses for future upgrades if needed.