Thorton Superchargers Lansing Michigan

Complaint: This is an unusual type of rip-off to me, but still it’s a rip-off to watch out for when it comes to buying a product online. Especially if you’re into the racing scene like I am. is their website. They claim you get a supercharger, boost controller, an ECU chip, and instructions on how to hook everything up. They even have an FAQ forum in their website. All of this is a fake. I’m pretty sure the FAQ posters are their own people working for this operation. So anyway, I bought the product for $115.00. It took them a couple of weeks to send what I paid for to me. By the time I recieved the product, it was nothing more than a small box which my guess weighs only 1/2 a pound. I opened it only to find a plastic piece with a fan & an electric motor with two wires coming from the device. No boost control, no ECU chip, and no instructions! Nothing! Just this plastic device is all I got. The part has the “attwood Turbo3000″” logo on it. No Thorton logo is on this product. I didn’t try the product out yet

Tags: Auto Parts

Address: but I’m pretty sure there is no way in hell this little motor with a fan on it can produce up to 8psi to your engine as their ad claims this product can do. I made two attempts to call the company

Website: which is something I should have done from the start. I made one more phonecall

Phone: but no one answered. I even e-mailed them. Still

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