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How the Surbo came to be

Having tried the gamut of car accesories and mods, the Surbo designer decided to create a vortex generator, to mimic the power of storms. Designs had to be original, and one day out of the blue in 1995, the shape of the Surbo came to his head. It was a new shape, though not one that he would think of, as the air would get choked in the middle. Nevertheless, it was put into metal, and opened in the middle to allow straight flow, and hopefully also some kind of vortical, cross flow. For his 1989 Peugeot 405 1.6, which had a 2 inch air pipe, he made a prototype. There was some effect, but not as much as desired. One day, while accelerating towards a traffic junction, where the lights were red, he decelerated momentarily, only to see the lights turn green in a second, and so he accelerated again. The power that resulted was astonishing. The next day, he repeated the sequence, and got the same effect every time. Later on, he also fixed it on a Ford XR3i, and other cars too, and the effect was similar, so he decided to leave his engineer job to venture into Surbo manufacturing. The Surbo was adapted to other cars, most of which had pipes slightly larger, with rubber adaptors. The common factor between all engines was the back air pressure that resulted when pressure on the accelerator was relaxed, and this caused the Surbo to emit crossed jets and then generate a vortex within. The Surbo designer has studied the Surbo for over twenty years on various cars, made a postulation, and explained it as follows:

How Surbo works

How Surbo transforms your car:

Watch this video showing how engine revs with Surbo

Watch the video above showing how an engine revs with Surbo. Or watch it in conjunction with the How it works page.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 130 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 130 kph.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 211 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 211 kph.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 224 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 224 kph.

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BENEFITS:

Faster acceleration

Higher top speed (easy cruising)

10% fuel saving

Safe overtaking

Max RPM with 1/2 throttle!

Instant auto kickdown

Reduced turbo lag

More power uphill

Less diesel smoke

Reduced CO2 emissions

Lifetime warranty

Reusability (fits most cars)

Reduced overall expenses

VEHICLES FITTED BY TYPE:

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The newest cars compatible with Surbo

How Surbo feels (by car type)

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How Surbo can be used

Increased engine efficiency

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Less knock (allows lower octane)

Less carbon deposit

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