Initial testing has found that in stock form the 3.8L only produces as little as 133 Wheel Horse Power (WHP) on stock wheels/tires and gears and as little as 108-123whp on up rated 35 inch tires. With the addition of a RIPP Supercharger and running through stock exhaust manifolds, cats and exhaust, the 3.8l produces 240-/+ Rear Wheel HP (WHP) on stock wheels/tires and gears at 8psi. More over an impressive 240+whp and 260+lb/ft of torque on commonly used 35 inch wheels and tires. (HP levels vary depending on tire and gear combination as rotational mass comes into play, this effects both Naturally Aspirated (NA) and Forced Induction (FI) total output). Four ply silicon hose - Black. RIPP PCV valve. All hardware and clamps included. Illustrated instructions and tech tips. 1 year warranty.
HOW MUCH ADDED HP/TROQUE DO U GET
Asked by Gregory from TUSCUMBIA, AL on
Gregory, The RIPP Superchargers 3.8L Supercharger Kit will increase power to the rear wheels to approximately 240 WHP. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from TUSCUMBIA, AL on
Is this legal in California? I have a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 3.6L Pentastar V6. Thanks!
Asked by Keep Pedaling from Lancaster, CA on
Hey Keep Pedaling, the RIPP Superchargers Grand Cherokee (WK2) 3.6L Supercharger System is not legal in CA. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Lancaster, CA on
I have a 2011 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 2 door with a 2.5 inch Rubicon Spacer Lift and a Traildash Superchips device. Will this product work with the Traildash or would I have to put it back into the Stock mode and use the equipment that comes with this product?
Asked by Chell from Wyoming on
Chell, the RIPP Superchargers 3.8L Supercharger Kit requires the use of the included Diablo tuner. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Wyoming on