The short answer is “No”.
“Why not?” you might ask.
All of our systems come with what is called a “recirculation valve”. This valve functions as the opposite of a blow off valve (“BOV” for short).
A recirculation valve is open under vacuum and closes under boost. This is to mitigate intake heat when under cruise conditions. It has to close completely for the supercharger to supply positive pressure. Superchargers do not have boost spikes like turbos because they have a constant drive mechanism.
A blow off valve is the opposite of a recirc valve. It is closed under vacuum and opens at a preset pressure. These valves exist to control the overboost condition of a turbocharger.
While you may be looking for a “cool sound” or trying to “prevent overboosting”, these turbo-specific valves are harmful to your Sprintex supercharger kit. Installing one anyway will void your warranty.