The car selected for the supercharged aspect of the Hurricane intake dyno test is owned by Chad Kolakowski. This car is a '93 LX hatch with a stock short-block. This underhood shot of Chad's car before the EFI Hurricane intake installation shows the Professional Products Typhoon intake, which was also used to baseline Brant's car. The engine has an Anderson Stage II SQ-Trim Supercharger kit. The kit uses a Vortech centrifugal supercharger creating 14 pounds of boost. Backing up the blower are a 75mm throttle body and a 90mm mass air meter. Fuel delivery is achieved with 55-lb/hr injectors. The engine has an Anderson B-31hr Hi-Rev cam and Mallory ignition. Exhaust is vented through Bassani shorty headers with a 2-inch cross-pipe exhaust system, and 2-inch Bassani mufflers. The rest of the powertrain consists of a T-5 transmission and an 8.8-inch axle with 3.73 gears. When baselined at Anderson the car put down the following numbers.