Mercedes-Benz GLK Supercharger Kits
|Mercedes-Benz GLK 3.0L||231 > 325|
|Mercedes-Benz GLK 3.5L|
For the model year 2008-2012.
There is a lot to talk about when it comes to Mercedes-Benz and supercharging. At the beginning of the 20th century, from the C series to the S series to AMG , there was a [Kompressor] mark on Mercedes-Benz vehicles, and the world’s first supercharger was also developed by Mercedes-Benz. The Mercedes-Benz flagship supercar SLR was equipped with a 5.4 -liter V8 engine that was also equipped with a supercharger. It could reach 626 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 780 Nm of torque at 3250 rpm, which was really violent.
Going back to our car this time, let’s first take a look at the data of this Mercedes-Benz GLK 350 after installing our kit.
It can be seen from the picture that the horsepower and torque have increased by nearly 40% . Next, let’s take a look at the process of installing a supercharger for this car!
The supercharger compresses air, while providing a larger amount of intake air, it will have a side effect: increase the intake air temperature. Excessive intake air temperature will reduce engine combustion efficiency.
Unlike conventional air-cooled intercoolers, our system uses water circulation to cool high-temperature intake air.
It can be clearly seen from the schematic diagram that in the intake water cooler, the cold water flows from top to bottom through the longitudinal pipes; the high-temperature compressed air flows from left to right through the transverse pipes ; although the longitudinal pipes and the transverse pipes are sealed separately Independent, but there is a very high thermal conductivity between them. The high-temperature compressed air and the cold water pass by in the water cooler and conduct sufficient heat exchange. After the heat exchange, the cold water becomes hot, and the high-temperature intake air cools down and enters the engine at the ideal temperature!