SPRINTEX SUPERCHARGER FOR HARLEY V-ROD

This twin-screw supercharger installation looks like OEM factory-installed and is concealed under the standard tank cover which originally housed the air box. In fact, from the left side, it is impossible to pick the difference from the stock model. The entire kit fits under the V-Rod’s standard dummy fuel tank. On the right, a polished aluminum plate sits neatly between the cylinders, so neat that one could swear it was always there. The original fuel injection uses two throttle bodies, which is replaced by a Simplex unit complete with plenum chamber and single butterfly throttle body.
Manufacturer: Bikecraft
$5,950.00 incl tax

This twin-screw supercharger installation looks like OEM factory-installed and is concealed under the standard tank cover which originally housed the air box. In fact, from the left side, it is impossible to pick the difference from the stock model. The entire kit fits under the V-Rod’s standard dummy fuel tank. On the right, a polished aluminum plate sits neatly between the cylinders, so neat that one could swear it was always there. The original fuel injection uses two throttle bodies, which is replaced by a replacement unit complete with plenum chamber and single butterfly throttle body.

 

What you get is an instant 40 percent increase in power at the crankshaft. There’s plenty more available but this specification gives a perfect combination of tractability and gargantuan grunt. The supercharged V-Rod will pull cleanly from idle, but crack the throttle open and it fairly rockets away. As it is, the engine hits the 9000 rpm limiter in first gear faster than the rider can heave his feet onto the footrests.