Boost Your RB With BDS’ All-New Supercharger Kit for Chrysler 440

If you love the look of a polished billet aluminum roots-style supercharger shooting out of a flat hood of a Mopar, then buckle up for some exciting news: BDS has just announced it’s radical BDS Supercharger Kit for the Chrysler 440. That’s right, you can double the output of your naturally-aspirated RB motor with some serious forced-induction. There’s no mistaking a Stage 1 871 BDS blower; whether it’s the iconic whine of the drive kit or the rowdy lope of the cam – the days of Pro Street are back in a big way!

Here’s BDS’ original press release announcing its BDS Supercharger Kit for the Chrysler 440:
Sought after by street and show builders, the Chrysler 440 engine provides a perfect platform for power enhancing modifications and custom accessories. The BDS Supercharger kit is an easily installed kit. Shown here (Part BK-4071K) the kit is designed specifically for this popular application and features a fully polished Stage 1 871 BDS blower. Additionally, the kits include a polished intake, billet snout, 3” billet idler, 4140 crank hub, billet V-groove pulley, ½” pitch belt and pulleys, drive spacers, all grade 8 hardware and complete drive kit. Most importantly, unlike other many other blowers, the Blower is constructed using 100% new parts: NEW BILLET case, w/billet rotors & end plates, new gears, bearings and hardware.

Available options include: Serpentine drive, 8mm drive and 2-3 groove pulleys. Additionally with the kit blower can be upgraded to Stage 2 specs. The Chrysler 440 engine is a mainstay for the rodding industry and this meticulously assembled supercharger kit from Blower Drive Service can make the conversion to forced induction a one of a kind experience. All BDS supercharger assemblies and components are manufactured 100% at the company’s state-of-the-art plant in southern California. For complete details visit or call direct to (562) 693-4302.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching Mopar Connection Magazine. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story. He's also the co-author of "The Chrysler B-Body Restoration Guide."

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