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Legal Name: Eaton Corporation Plc
Company Active From: 1911 to now (as of May 1, 2017)
Offering Superchargers From: 1985 to now (as of May 1, 2017)
Company Type: Manufacturer, Engineering / Designer

About: Eaton has been offering superchargers since 1985 with their release of the M-Series roots type blower. As of April 2017 they are up to their six generation of blower design. Eaton does not sell or produce units or kits for the general public. The supercharger units they produce are for OEM applications only. For aftermarket units and kits Eaton provides their partners, Magnuson, Edelbrock, Harrop and ROUSH, with the internal components: the rotors, bearings, gears and seals. Their partners design and develop their own housings and additions as required. Prices on Eaton superchargers and kits depend on the partners selling them.

First to Fifth Generation – The M-Series

Or Gen 1 to Gen 5. The first five generations were the M Series. These superchargers have three lobe rotors with 60 degree twists. Units in this series include the M45, M62, M90 and M112.

Sixth Generation – The TVS (Twin Vortices Series®) R-Series and V-Series

The TVS R-Series drastically changed the rotor design by moving to a four lobe rotor with 160 degree twist. Later the TVS R2650 was released and had the four lobes but with more twist in them reaching a 170 degree total. The V-Series (volumetric series) continues with a three lobe design and targets small engine efficiency. This design allows for improved low speed volumetric and thermal efficiences over the R-Series. In 2015 Eaton announced the TVS2 which seems to still be a sixth generation supercharger that is focusing on efficiency and better coupling with other technologies such as a turbo. The TVS2 is lighter, runs at a higher max rpm and is reported to offer a 10 to 16 percent improvement in isentropic efficiency (in the targeted operating zones) over the TVS® R410.


Eaton Articles

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Eaton Goes Smaller To Get Bigger

Recently Eaton has been paving new roads with their forward thinking supercharger product development. They have been concentrating on a market that has the most need and demand for specialty blowers. They are developing superchargers for small displacement gas engines. With this in mind they are challenging two very firm beliefs: One, is that superchargers … Read more

Superchargers at the 2010 SEMA Show

The 2010 SEMA Show is going to showcase several supercharged vehicles and new supercharger kits. Held in Las Vegas the industry insiders show starts on November 2nd and runs to the 5th. Following is an idea of some of the great things we have to look forward to. It’s Mustang Madness this year with the … Read more

Twin Supercharged Challenger

It takes a bit more than the standard supercharger kits to get a horsepower monster like the RDP Challenger SRT8.This Dodge is pushing out 1000 HP running a one-off custom twin supercharger system. Early in 2009 the RDP Challenger took the title of World’s Fastest Late Model Challenger by running 10.24 at 133 MPH. Later … Read more

2000 Ford Crown Victoria LX Superchargers

Supercharger Kits Reader Mail   Question: I have a 2000 Crown Victoria LX am I’m looking for a Supercharger set for it. Right now, I have not found anything and have no luck. If you have any information, please send it. Answer: The stock 4.6L V8 in the 2000 Crown Vic is a 2-valve SOHC … Read more

Eaton Supercharger Kits

Eaton Corporation has roots back to 1911 when Joseph Eaton, Henning Taube and Viggo Torbensen founded Torbensen Gear and Axle Co. The company started off in New Jersey, USA producing seven hand built axles in their founding year. Eaton went through many changes in the early part of its life including several name changes, a … Read more


Eaton News

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Eaton Announces the TVS R2650

Eaton announced the TVS R2650 which is the latest addition to their TVS roots blower series. The announcement took place at the 2016 SEMA show. Eaton’s R2650 is not just a larger displacement TVS. It comes with a 4 lobe optimized rotor design that uses a 170 degree twist which reportedly shortens the rotor lead … Read more


Eaton Achievements / Milestones / Awards

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  • Award: Kawasaki Quality Award – 2013 – Eaton

    Achieved: Jun 26, 2013

    Eaton’s manufacturing facility in Athens, Georgia, which produces the TVS Supercharger for the Jet Ski Ultra 300X, has been awarded the 2013 Kawasaki Quality Award. This is the second year in a row that Eaton has won the award. Kawasaki Quality Awards are based their “Supplier Report Card Score” which factors in Corrective Action Requests … Read more

  • Award: Nissan Global Innovation Award – 2012 – Eaton

    Achieved: Jul 10, 2012

    Nissan has awarded Eaton the “Global Innovation Award” for their TVS® supercharger technology. Eaton’s TVS unit manufactured for the Micra has helped Nissan reach targets for fuel economy and performance. The award was given to Eaton at the annual “Nissan Global Supplier Meeting“. Six other companies also received the award.


Eaton Head Units / Bare Units

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TVS R1320

The TVS R1320 is one of Eaton’s TVS® R-Series sixth generation design. The 1320 designation refers to the volume of air in cubic centimeters per revolution the blower pumps. Eaton’s TVS R-Series design has 4 lobes instead of the traditional 3 and the rotors have a 160 degree twist which previously was only 60 degrees. … Read more

TVS R1900

Eaton’s TVS® R-Series has a couple new design features that makes it unique. One, is the 4 lobes which deviate from the standard 3 lobes. Two, is the design of the rotors. They have a 160 degree twist instead of the previous 60 degrees. The design increases the supply of air and keeps the air … Read more

TVS R2300

Eaton’s TVS R2300 roots type blower is part of their sixth generation Twin Vortices Series. It utilizes their 4 lobe design with a 160 degree twist to the rotors. This design differs from other traditional roots designs which typically use 3 lobes.

TVS R2650

The Eaton TVS R2650 is part of the TVS series but with some newer design features. The key feature is the degree of twist in the rotors. Other TVS models have rotors with a 160 degree twist whereas the 2650 is 170 degrees. This design also uses the 4 lobe rotors. Further the 2650 has … Read more


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