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Bucky Austin - March Meet 2019 Funny Car Champ

Congratulations to Bucky Austin for taking the 2019 March Meet Nostalgia Funny Car title outright, running a TBS XR1 6-71 blower.

High Speed Motorsports Sets ET Record at March Meet

Congratulations to Tom Shelar and Mendy Fry for setting a new record at the March Meet with a 5.49 ET!! Which followed a 5.51 ET, the two quickest elapsed times in Nostalgia Top Fuel history! High Speed Motorsports runs one of our TBS 6-71 XR1 Race blowers.

Kevin Johnson's Quarter Pounder

Kevin Johnson’s 1979 Pontiac Firebird Funny Car runs on a 427 big block Chevy iron block bored to 431 ci with an 8-71 TBS Blower sits on top.

TBS XR1 Superchargers

The XR-1 blower has all the modern features of today’s current race blowers.

New TBS Catalog

Check out our new catalog, just in time for PRI. Read it, download it, order from it!

CAUGHT: Bob Hawkins is All Lit Up

One of the highlights at Santa Pod Raceway’s Dragstalgia event was this Saturday night fire burnout performed by Sweden’s Bob Hawkins in his “Time Traveler II” front engine dragster. 

6-71 and 8-71 Two Lobe Blower

Six unbeatable reasons to check out our TBS 2-lobe rotor blowers.

CNC Machined 6061-T6 Aluminum Billet Case, 2 Lobe Rotors w/Teflon OD stripping, Maximum Boost at Low RPM, Billet Front Cover, Oil Sight Glass, Oil Drain Plug. Need more, read more...

Customer Rides - '68 Batmobile Camaro

1968 Camaro with a 525ci kb/olds engine. Machine work by Rex Hutchison racing engines. Sporting a 2-speed Powerglide by ATO transmissions. Chassis and rear end built by Bunker race cars. Most fabrication done by Richard Worthington. Fuel system done by Glenn Hutchison at Rex Hutchison racing engines. 14-71 Supercharger, of course by TBS.

Jailbreak - Brad Thompson Funny Car

Jailbreak runs a XR-1 6-71 Blower

2018 Nightfire Nationals

The Blower Shop began with the acquisition of Bowers Blowers in 1984. In the beginning, we primarily served the top fuel, alcohol dragster and drag boat market with race-ready high-performance superchargers.

Today, we are dedicated to bringing that technology not only to the professional racing industry but to the street and marine enthusiast as well. Using our proprietary UDA technology, we manufacture a complete line of hand-built superchargers, intake manifolds, intercoolers, and components. From our low profile 192 and 250 superchargers to the traditional 71 series, we build it all right here in the USA.


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The Blower Shop

The Blower Shop's Jacob Rogers talks about TBS Superchargers. Check out our other Boost Bios and subscribe to be notified about upcoming bios! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Blower Shop

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The Blower Shop

The Blower Shop's Jacob Rogers talks about supercharger basics. Check out our other Boost Bios and subscribe to be notified about upcoming bios! ... See MoreSee Less

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    5 star review  By far the best customer service I’ve ever delt with in the automotive industry. And their product speaks for its self. Superb workmanship and worth every penny.

    thumb Tyler Fleming

    5 star review  The best customer service and wonderful parts. Cannot recommend them enough!!!

    thumb Greg Means

    5 star review  Great company, product is the best you can buy and the customer service is above excellent. I wouldn’t buy from any other company

    thumb Richard Worthington

    5 star review  My last hope and they came thru with exactly what we needed for discontinued blowers.

    thumb Josh Stoll


Why Choose Us?

Fastest rebuild turnaround time in the industry

2 weeks on average

Need it faster? We offer an Expedite Service to help you get to that race on time!

We are the only company in the industry that will warranty our rebuilds

We also offer:

Repolishing services


Custom machine work

Technical Info


How many ft/lbs should I torque my supercharger to?
  You should torque the supercharger to 10-12 ft/lbs. for most applications. Some Intercoolers that use long steel studs may require more torque for a proper seal, normally 25 ft/lbs.

880 W Amity Rd.
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: (208) 985-7650
email: info@theblowershop.com

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