What to know before RIPPing your V6?

Blisskiss

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I know it'll void warrantly, and that it will require some beefy parts like a good drive shaft. What else is there to know about RIPP supercargers? TIA!
 

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I know it'll void warrantly, and that it will require some beefy parts like a good drive shaft. What else is there to know about RIPP supercargers? TIA!
They don't pass most places with emission tests, so if your state or county does them then you may have an issue. But if you dont have emissions test and need the power then they are a good option. I am going to get one on my JT to get more power for pulling my 4500 lbs 23ft camper trailer.
 

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I am thinking about procharger due to its ease of installation. I think new injectors and a tune is all that it will need. It's going to depend though on how the numbers look though vs ripp and the others.

I doubt they will have a kit for sale right away but they might
 

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