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    "Now that I have had some time to fly with the supercharger I must say I love the climb and cruise is has brought into our 2003 Cent 22. The first thing I really notice is she really loves to climb. Living on the West coast  can be a challenge in the summer with the mountains and warm temps. The supercharger is perfect for us because we will use it out of Truckee and Reno and the summer."

Ed Boland

 

 "I picked up my plane in Denver and went to my other home in Minden NV,725NM. I was at 16500', 182 KTAS, 13.5 GPH, but the best part was climbing out of Denver at 1100 feet per minute. Then the next day I flew to my winter homn in Sedona AZ, 458 NM, short trip so I like to get there so I went just less best power, 2700 RPM, 13500', 16.6 GPH, 191 KTAS, oil temp hot day was 194. I am like a kid with a new toy. Thanks Rod. My plane used to get oil on the belly but no more, stays right on 6 qt."

Rick DeCarlo

cirrus airplane superchargerCirrus G1, G2, and G3 SR22 aircraft are now approved for the FAT supercharger system. This system is rugged and provides excellent performance gains for the SR22. If you like your SR22 and want to keep it but would like more performance, especially superior take off, climb performance, and economy, this is the modification for you.

 

At $33,900  the FAT supercharger simply the best upgrade available for the SR22. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
The supercharged SR22 has outstanding climb and economy. 
 
Climb data is Rich of Peak unless otherwise noted. Data from aircraft AFM 
 
 
 
 

 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Technical Information

The supercharger is belt driven off the accessory drive, similar to the alternator. It will run much cooler than a turbocharger and should result in much lower maintenance costs. It will add 7-8000 feet of altitude performance to the Cirrus SR-22. Impeller speed is a function of engine RPM and therefore over speed and bootstrapping are not considerations. There are no MP fluctuations while adjusting the throttle, or mixture. Idle cool down periods are not necessary. Manifold pressure is limited to 29.6 inches at full power.

Manifold pressure is maintained automatically by a state of the art electronic boost controller designed for the SR22 by FAT. The controller generally reacts to throttle changes in less then one second. The boost controller is not affected by cold oil temperatures or cold take off conditions and will operate quickly to control boost even down to -50F.

 

 

  • Efficient - uses approximately 4.0 horse power at cruise
  • Light weight - approximately 39 pounds
  • Cool engine temperatures
  • Easy pilot workload - no bootstrapping or overshoot.
  • No TIT to monitor
  • No pre-shut down cool down required.
  • No engine-oil driven control systems
  • No scavenge pump
  • No waste gate

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