Modified JK Tech - How many miles with RIPP supercharger? - I currently have an 07 unlimited. I was looking at trading my current JK in for a new 2010/2011 and I am giving serious thought to installing a RIPP Supercharger on the new one. For the most part I'm pleased with the performance of the...
whats going on mopar fam, super excited to be apart of this positive community if anyone has questions about getting more out of your V6 I'm here to help! and i also have build videos on youtube showing off the performance and how to maintain your car once you beef it up...
For a kit, all inclusive, it's either a Ripp or a Sprintex. The Sprintex is an actual top of engine supercharger, has lower HP and TQ numbers than the Ripp, and requires hood modifications to fit. It seems to be much less popular than the Ripp
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IF I was in the market for a supercharger, I'd be looking at the Ripp. With recommended boost levels, the stock engine should be very reliable, the driveline should be also, but that would be the weakest link I believe
The failure on Wulfs seems to be an installation issue (oil leak that went unnoticed), and not a failure of the Vortex centrifugal supercharger head unit, which has a good record
Honestly, it's not a good investment, but if you really want to get more power from the V6, it is the best bet
Ok so let me explain myself first. Im an auto tech and posses many car skills required to build from the ground up. I can see what i want a car to look like and build tward that. I purchased a '11 from an auction for 1200. Yes 1200. Nose was gone(perfect for me) no other damage besides air...
But you need mad skills or someone to do the work free
Basically, to pay to have an engine swapped, you'd likely exceed the cost of a supercharger, and in the case of the 5.7, the supercharged V6 will have more power. It will likely make more power than a stock 6.4 for that matter