Vortech’s X series superchargers have a long successful heritage, with an industry reputation of being the most durable and efficient superchargers in competition today. The New Vortech V-24 XB105 takes advantage of new rules that allows us to add 6% more flow area to the race proven V-24 Xi-Trim. A Newly engineered ultra-efficient light weight billet impeller with superior stability and strength over standard billet. The V-24X B105 has the most efficient, largest volute in class (11″). Another revolutionary feature of the V-24 XB105 is a new diverging volute contour with engine specific tunable diffusion. We will let you know more about tunable diffusion soon. With all the engineering and new technology put into Vortech’s new offering, the V-24 XB105 will be visiting the winner’s circle soon. Current Vortech V-24 Xi-Trim superchargers will be fully upgradeable to the new V-24 XB105.
1. Newly engineered ultra efficient light weight Billet impeller
2. 6% more flow area over the Vortech V24-XI.
3. Improved 11” diameter (Largest volute in class)
4. New diverging volute contour.
5. Will be legal in all applicable popular racing classes.
6. Engine specific Tunable Diffusion
Musclecar-Evolution.com gathered at KMS for a few dyno pulss on the morning of Nov 6, 2011, before heading to Helen, GA for lunch. We managed to get 11 cars on and off the dyno between 9:30am and noon. KMS is grateful for the canned food donations that MCE members provided to help the needy, and are sure that those that are less fortunate will be happy to receive these goods during the upcoming holiday season.
For a few photos from the event, you can go to our Gallery to view: http://www.kurganmotorsports.com/site/gallery/mce-at-kms-11062011
10/8/2011 - Bob Kurgan turned the CFE Xtreme Street class on its ear in qualifying when he busted an awesome 7.72 at 179 mph, more than a tenth better than the record of 7.84.
Bob Kurgan entered CFE Xtreme Street this past weekend at Bowling Green, Kentucky. Once again, Bob stands on the top step of the podium.
Bob has lead the class most of the year, and currently is still ranked #1.
CFE Xtreme Street featured some awesome action between thirteen of the baddest racers on 10.5-inch slicks. Jamie Stanton qualified at the top of the heap with a 7.92, followed by Mike Keenan with an 8.00, and Enzo Pecchini came in third with an 8.04. Although Bob Kurgan did not qualify in the top three, he was the man left standing with the Wally when the smoke cleared. Starting with an 8.03 victory over Steve Cagle in the first round, Kurgan beat Scott Guiler in the second with an 8.06, then Dan Kroll with another 8.06, and in the final, he was handed the win by Phil Smith who redlit.
See the full class elimination results at NMCAdigital.com for more details.
Running a Vortech V-24 Xi-Trim supercharger (at 25PSI), it's clear that Kurgan has the advantage. It gives him as much boost as he wants, and at lower discharge temperatures than he would see using any other brand. This means that his engine is able to make more power with the Xi-Trim than it would with another blower running the exact same amount of boost. The reason, of course, is that the Vortech supercharger operates at a higher level of efficiency than anything else in the class.
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