Umm.. you've already seen my perspective on this, as the father of a 17 yr old. "No friggin' way!" is what I told my own kid. That said....
Be aware that forced induction puts a lot of stress on an engine's rotating assembly. You need forged pistons and rods, good bearings, and a heavy duty cooling system if you want the motor to survive very long. A supercharger eats up half the horsepower it creates, in friction. That friction goes into making heat. Lots of it.
I don't know the motor you have, but a turbocharger is more efficient if you have the choice.
Good luck with your b.s. story.
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