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BEGi is built on the premise that to provide the customer with the best performance products you must begin with solid engineering. For 32 years this company has always been run by engineers. Product design at BEGi is dictated by degreed mechanical engineers with a keen understanding of the limitations and possibilities of the materials and hardware. They also happen to be serious car folks.

When you're looking for the best performing, most reliable performance options for your vehicle you can trust BEGi to deliver quality and top level performance. Whether it is for the street or the track BEGi will give you the performance advantage you are looking for with the assurance that you have our engineers standing behind you. Our performance solutions have the depth of maturity in the designs, excellent craftsmanship during creation of parts, the engineering quality, and the considerable depth of experience in turbo applications to make BEGi your performance source.


Experience & Background
BEGi's Chief Engineer, Corky Bell, has 33 years of experience with forced induction design. Corky has earned an engineering degree from Texas A&M, and authored two books on forced induction "Maximum Boost" and "Supercharged". Bell has designed over 90 forced induction systems, of which over 20 are currently in production.

BEGi has enjoyed an excellent relationship with the automotive media. BEGi and it's product line, Cartech Racing Products, have been featured in over 120 magazine articles in the past twenty years. Writers and road testers have repeatedly commented favorably about our engineering capability and the craftsmanship of the components.

http://www.datsun.org/fairlady/CorkyBell.htm

A Few Words From BEGi Founder Corky Bell
To give you a better understanding of the level of commitment that goes into all of our products, our chief engineer and founder, Corky Bell, has contributed a few thoughts on our speciality, forced induction system design.

Overview
The design and development of forced induction systems is rather a specific engineering exercise. That specific exercise is a long way short of the science requirement to put a lander on Mars. However, the engineering background and experience of the design office is a critical factor toward producing a trouble free and powerful forced induction system.

BEGi is perhaps the only company offering engineered systems both turbocharger and supercharger systems. There are always functional circumstances which favor one method over the other, yet the choice is seldom absolutely clear cut.

The choice can be further complicated by the selection of the specific blower type and make regardless of whether it's a turbo or a supercharger. For example, when maximum power is the most important consideration, the turbo is virtually always the best choice, with the centrifugal blower second.

When cost is the prime consideration, the turbo or the centrifugal blower will stand out as strong candidates. Sometimes one selects a mechanism based on rules, for example the Roots in top fuel racing.

It is our responsibility to sort through the engineering confusion and marketing circumstances and select the best tool for the specific job. That's just one of the areas where the background and experience factors allow BEGi to create the BEST forced induction hardware available today.

System Design
The greatest effort is spent determining the equipment needed to maintain a tolerant air charge temperature level through the engine. This is of supreme importance as it is heat in the intake air charge that causes engine knock (i.e.. ping, detonation). Every item that gathers or expels heat must be examined for efficiency. As an example, the blower makes heat, intercoolers expel heat, compression ratios raise heat, and fuel quantity expels heat. This one specific design point is discussed to indicate the thoroughness with which our systems are engineered. All other area, such as fuel controls, and component durability, receive similar attention until all design facets are in proper order. Engineering is the key element to performance and safety.

Thanks and enjoy our efforts.

Corky Bell, BSME

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