There is a myth that superchargers can't use Air-to-Air intercoolers since they can't offset pressure losses due to piping and intercooler volume. However, superchargers have the advantage of providing instant boost and increase boost as the RPM increases. Pressure drop is negligible and the substantial cooling benefit of an Air-to-Air intercooler offsets any losses in boost levels by allowing your supercharger to work more efficiently. With cooler, denser intake air, timing retarding is reduced, producing even more horsepower. Since forced induction by nature produces extra heat, efficient cooling is critical to ensure maximum performance.
Some features and benefits:
† Efficiency based on (Air exiting the compressor minus air exiting the intercooler) divided by (Air exiting the compressor minus ambient air). Example of Air-to-Air: 300F - 115F / 300F - 80F = .84 = 84% efficiency. Example of W/A: 250F - 180F / 250F - 80F = .41 = 41% efficiency.