Wait, please no! It'* just hard to get the superchargers working right. Most people simply can't bolt on superchargers because both of engine bay space and tuning limits. I'd say also that advertising may not have been as strong so far as it should have been.
Contact racing shops like Jegs and others, have a website with videos of cars running these, contact race shops with tuning abilities and the tooling to add superchargers to cars, etc.
I attended Beatersville 2012 and 2013:
Beatersville Car and Bike Show
It'* an event full of crazy car mods like supercharged longblock V8s in tiny one-seaters without floor boards. The people who shove their cars into this event surely would enjoy having access to reliable superchargers and a way to shove them on. Plus, supercharger relocation can be made to look pretty awesome (as these cars do).
Other possible setbacks are that there are newer and different superchargers that may be more desirable for which you haven't made adapters. No pressure.