If you're talking about an electric supercharger that works off a 12 volt system, then your car will have no problem because such a device is a scam and totally worthless and you will gain about 0 HP.
As for "chipping", here again, there are many fraudulent and even harmful devices out there with absolutely outrageous claims. There are some *good* chips out there, but they aren't cheap and they surely won't give you a 200+ HP increase...maybe 30.
Your stock engine has 300 HP. There is no way you are going to get 500 HP with a chip and an electric supercharger. There is no way to get 500 HP even with a *real* supercharger. You would have to make serious engine modifications, perhaps even radical ones, to reach those levels, and they wouldn't be cheap.
To give you an example, a professionally rebuilt, highly modified crate engine from Summit Racing, costing $7,000, can only deliver 450 HP.
There are *real* electric superchargers, specially built for short 1/4 mile bursts in drag racing, but they require massive wiring and banks of batteries to operate at much higher voltages.
Fact is, horsepower costs money and there's no cheap way to get there.
I'd advise you to do a lot more research and reading before you buy anything, so that you spend your money wisely.