Do you ride a small capacity motorcycle? Would you like to get more power from its little 50cc or 125cc engine? Then NCI’s supercharger kit sounds like it could be just what you’re looking for.
Created by American company Nextar Consult, Inc. – the kit is essentially a compressor which increases airflow into the engine and as a result helps significantly improve power output. The more your rev, the more air gets pulled through. Pretty cool, right?
The kit consists of a compressor which is activated by pulleys from the motor. And you should be able to integrate it into your bike without too much trouble – and as it’s completely mechanical, you won’t have to mess around with the electrics.
The team at NCI has fitted its kit to a 50cc Honda Monkey – and it helps the little bike to get up to 50kph in 8.38 seconds (rather than 14.64 seconds as standard).
The kit’s been designed specifically for the back to basics bike’s coming out of Asia (but not Japan) – in an effort to achieve the same performance as more established motorcycle manufacturers, but at a lower cost.
For more information on how to get your hands on a small capacity supercharger, click HERE.
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