3.6L SXT Plus Supercharger

Discussion in 'Challenger SE Engine and Performance Modifications' started by Hopslayer, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Hopslayer

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    I got my Ripp Heritage Edition supercharger delivered today. I’m waiting on new spark plugs, oil, and a pillar gauge mount and then a week or so from now I’ll be taking it in to have everything installed, including an oil catch can. My install guy is doing it all for $1650.00. I think that’s an awesome deal. I’ll post a picture after everything is done. Gonna be a great summer.

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    You'll have scatpack power at how much of a savings?
     
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    I don’t think I will have Scatpack power, but if I raced I could take some R/Ts probably. Should be going from about 275 wheel horsepower to around 425.
     
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    That would be identical whp with scatpack, but your's now is probably closer to 255 at the wheels if it's 300 at the crank. How much will you save compared to a similar mileage used scat?
     
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    No idea, as I'm not interested in another car. Bought this one to keep. :)