Well at this point I'd say I'm interested in a well thought out supercharger kit. I've never bumped the performance of the engines in my cars before but with this Challenger I find myself compelled to. I'm concerned about reliability though. Guess that's why I was hoping for a SC kit from Mopar.
Arrington will be supplying State Legal and Off Road SC kits in a few months. Chrysler unlocked the PCM for them ( so I hear), but it will be a canned set up. It is my understanding these will all be Mopar performance parts.
I plan to stay NA but...things don't always go as planned haha. Following this to see what comes out of the discussion...I like the Eaton option but I was told that ProCharger was the way to go for Hemi's by a guy that was a tech for a long time...the Arrington setup sounds great too though especially if it's "Mopar supported"
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The one advantage that the Edelbrock setup has over any of the others is the fact that it's not just a Eaton Supercharger but it's also an intake with 11+ inches of runner length. What that means is no peaky output, the intake helps the whole package to develop max torque over the whole range. Most other superchargers just blow straight down into the cylinders.
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I haven't gone for a ride in the Yellow Jacket(with Edelbrock)that my dealer did but did get to go for a ride in his IE392 with the SMS SC on it. That ran really well. We were hitting 80mph(on city streets..lol)in no time. He stated that the YJ was every bit the IE was if not more. He did mention that the sound of the SC was totally different between the two.
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