PARIS – Superchargers historically get their best press on cars like the new ’10 Jaguar XJ 5.0-liter V-8 making 470 hp and 510 hp, but big volume increases will be coming from small engines. “We are projecting for the next five years at least 80% volume increase in superchargers from new applications,” says Joao Faria, president of Eaton Automotive Europe. “The majority of these are going to come with the small engines.” In June, Eaton Corp. learned it had won a contract in Asia “for a ...
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