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Old 10-01-2013, 05:21 AM   #151
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WTF WHY R U Storing BABY blood!!!!!!@@@ WTF WTF. Ya know what, just gross. That's it, it's just gross and unacceptable.
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It worked.!

Well, kinda. Had to waive my right to the new shotgun (UTS15), and RC car that I was about to buy. Also, after waiting for my dirty dog straps for three months, they had just recently sent me an email saying that they forgot my order or some such bs. So no straps, guns, or toys.... but a little more snort out of the Jeep!
I am making progress on convincing my wife. Not quite as far along as you are, but we are getting there. She actually googled it and was interested to know that it could improve my MPG, lol.

I will play that angle if it helps my cause, heh.
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in order to see a MPG increase, you have to train yourself not to drive like a meth addict.

I have not been able to calm myself after 7 months of having this thing installed.

I swear betty provokes me to open the throttle.

Everytime I get in, I say to myself, Keep it in the green zone, Keep it in the green zone........Then I get it out of the driveway and forget my plan.
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in order to see a MPG increase, you have to train yourself not to drive like a meth addict.

I have not been able to calm myself after 7 months of having this thing installed.

I swear betty provokes me to open the throttle.

Everytime I get in, I say to myself, Keep it in the green zone, Keep it in the green zone........Then I get it out of the driveway and forget my plan.
I would be the same way.

I was just stating that is the angle that lowered the wife's guard a bit, and she found it on her own from Goggle, heh.
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I am about $4k short, not sure I can keep saving for this though as there are so many tempting things in my current price range!
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:05 PM   #155
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I'm sure it's a good product but I don't see the need for a Wrangler with that type of power.

If anything, I think it would be dangerous.

These things are made for trails and rock crawling, not the track.

They are scary enough past 70 MPH as they are.

For 6 grand you could get a few year old Mustang GT and blow the doors of off the blown Jeep and safely at that! Add Nitro and the Jeep would be a tiny dot in the rear window.

I just don't get it!!
Armored up and just duratracs in 35 and i am already starting to drag ass. Next step is real 37s...

Which brings me to my next question... what gears should i be considering with 37s and a supercharged 3.6?
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I am making progress on convincing my wife. Not quite as far along as you are, but we are getting there. She actually googled it and was interested to know that it could improve my MPG, lol.

I will play that angle if it helps my cause, heh.
You gotta come up with a few things you can do to "recoup" that capital. We were also going to get a fence built. I had to volunteer myself and buddies labor in place of just paying someone else to throw it up.
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Armored up and just duratracs in 35 and i am already starting to drag ass. Next step is real 37s...

Which brings me to my next question... what gears should i be considering with 37s and a supercharged 3.6?
Auto or manual?

I think you should leave the SC out of the equation and treat it as stock when selecting gears.

With manual, 4.56s would work really well; but, with an auto, you should consider 4.88s.
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Auto or manual?

I think you should leave the SC out of the equation and treat it as stock when selecting gears.

With manual, 4.56s would work really well; but, with an auto, you should consider 4.88s.
I have 4.10s in my 6 spd (37s), I have 4.88s in the garage that I cannot seem to get installed. She is plenty fast with the 4.10s and will cruise at 90mph. She may be faster with 4.88s, but will no longer cruise at 90mph.

Im going to disagree with pale horse on this. I think the auto with the pentastar needs less gear than the manual. Thats why they offered the rubi with 3.73s in 12.

If you have a rubi, I say stick with 4.10s all the way up to 37s for a month or two and see how you feel.
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I have 4.10s in my 6 spd (37s), I have 4.88s in the garage that I cannot seem to get installed. She is plenty fast with the 4.10s and will cruise at 90mph. She may be faster with 4.88s, but will no longer cruise at 90mph.

Im going to disagree with pale horse on this. I think the auto with the pentastar needs less gear than the manual. Thats why they offered the rubi with 3.73s in 12.

If you have a rubi, I say stick with 4.10s all the way up to 37s for a month or two and see how you feel.
Maybe... most of my buddies with automatic 12s or 13s have stepped up to at least 4.56s -- and that's just with 35s!

Hell, on the old 3.8, you used to have to go all the way up to 5.13s if you had an auto and wanted to run 35s or larger.

I drive a 6spd with 4.10s, but I'm planning to go with 4.56s when I step up to 37s. I'm not really sure how the SC would affect that decision, but maybe it's enough to compensate? Our maybe the bigger gears would actually have a negative effect? I don't know...

Perhaps RIPP themselves could weigh in here?
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Maybe... most of my buddies with automatic 12s or 13s have stepped up to at least 4.56s -- and that's just with 35s!

Hell, on the old 3.8, you used to have to go all the way up to 5.13s if you had an auto and wanted to run 35s or larger.

I drive a 6spd with 4.10s, but I'm planning to go with 4.56s when I step up to 37s. I'm not really sure how the SC would affect that decision, but maybe it's enough to compensate? Our maybe the bigger gears would actually have a negative effect? I don't know...

Perhaps RIPP themselves could weigh in here?
We are real happy with our 4.88:1 in our inhouse 2012 auto.

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Maybe... most of my buddies with automatic 12s or 13s have stepped up to at least 4.56s -- and that's just with 35s!

Hell, on the old 3.8, you used to have to go all the way up to 5.13s if you had an auto and wanted to run 35s or larger.

I drive a 6spd with 4.10s, but I'm planning to go with 4.56s when I step up to 37s. I'm not really sure how the SC would affect that decision, but maybe it's enough to compensate? Our maybe the bigger gears would actually have a negative effect? I don't know...

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I have 4.10s in my 6 spd (37s), I have 4.88s in the garage that I cannot seem to get installed. She is plenty fast with the 4.10s and will cruise at 90mph. She may be faster with 4.88s, but will no longer cruise at 90mph.

Im going to disagree with pale horse on this. I think the auto with the pentastar needs less gear than the manual. Thats why they offered the rubi with 3.73s in 12.

If you have a rubi, I say stick with 4.10s all the way up to 37s for a month or two and see how you feel.

What PieFace mentioned.....I am running a 6-speed with 4.10s on an '07 JKU and WORLD of difference with the RIPP Supercharger where I dont even need to regear!

When I would go up hills in the past, I could hold the speed in 5th gear as long as nobody got in my way to slow me down. Once they did, I was downshifting. With the RIPP and 4.10s I have plenty of hill climbing power where it's not "just holding the speed"....I can actually accelerate faster if I need to! In addition to hills, 6th gear never did any good other than lower the RPMs given it was more of an overdrive gear without added power. Today I hit the highway and shifted into 6th gear....it is ALIVE again!
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What PieFace mentioned.....I am running a 6-speed with 4.10s on an '07 JKU and WORLD of difference with the RIPP Supercharger where I dont even need to regear!

When I would go up hills in the past, I could hold the speed in 5th gear as long as nobody got in my way to slow me down. Once they did, I was downshifting. With the RIPP and 4.10s I have plenty of hill climbing power where it's not "just holding the speed"....I can actually accelerate faster if I need to! In addition to hills, 6th gear never did any good other than lower the RPMs given it was more of an overdrive gear without added power. Today I hit the highway and shifted into 6th gear....it is ALIVE again!
Are you running 37s?
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Palehorse...thanks. Forgot to mention tire size. I am currently running 35s and plan on stepping up to 37s after I move back to the mainland (on Oahu right now).

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Palehorse...thanks. Forgot to mention tire size. I am currently running 35s and plan on stepping up to 37s after I move back to the mainland (on Oahu right now).
Right on. I think you'll find that 4.56s will perform even better once you step up to 37s -- for the same reason that RIPP themselves are running 4.88s in their 2012 automatic with 37s.

4.10s will do the job, but why not go for perfection?
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After a little negotiating, I am pretty sure the wife is going to approve my Supercharger purchase, but maybe not until Black Friday / Christmas present.

So, in the mean time, a few more questions ...

1) I just put on the 2.5 aFe hi-tuck cat back exchause in September. I see on their site that they recomment the 3.0 diameter tubes for anyone running a modified engine (i.e., Supercharger). Is the 2.5 sufficient or would I get more benefit out of going up to the 3.0?

2) I was planning to do the RROR "Smilin' Bob" breather hose extension mod in the next few weeks. I read over the install instructions for the Supercharger and I did not see anything that would intefere with the airbox, but just wanted to double check.
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After a little negotiating, I am pretty sure the wife is going to approve my Supercharger purchase, but maybe not until Black Friday / Christmas present.

So, in the mean time, a few more questions ...

1) I just put on the 2.5 aFe hi-tuck cat back exchause in September. I see on their site that they recomment the 3.0 diameter tubes for anyone running a modified engine (i.e., Supercharger). Is the 2.5 sufficient or would I get more benefit out of going up to the 3.0?

Our 2012 has been running with the stock exhaust from day one.

2) I was planning to do the RROR "Smilin' Bob" breather hose extension mod in the next few weeks. I read over the install instructions for the Supercharger and I did not see anything that would intefere with the airbox, but just wanted to double check.
Not familiar with the setup, maybe someone else can chime in.

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Im pretty familiar with the afe stuff,

The 2.5 is what was suggested to me when I told them I was supercharging the engine. I have a 2.5 on betty right now.
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Not familiar with the setup, maybe someone else can chime in.

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Im pretty familiar with the afe stuff,

The 2.5 is what was suggested to me when I told them I was supercharging the engine. I have a 2.5 on betty right now.
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After a little negotiating, I am pretty sure the wife is going to approve my Supercharger purchase, but maybe not until Black Friday / Christmas present.

So, in the mean time, a few more questions ...

1) I just put on the 2.5 aFe hi-tuck cat back exchause in September. I see on their site that they recomment the 3.0 diameter tubes for anyone running a modified engine (i.e., Supercharger). Is the 2.5 sufficient or would I get more benefit out of going up to the 3.0?

2) I was planning to do the RROR "Smilin' Bob" breather hose extension mod in the next few weeks. I read over the install instructions for the Supercharger and I did not see anything that would intefere with the airbox, but just wanted to double check.

I have the 2.5" tubes along with the River Riader Smilin Bob breather hose extension kit.

Although you wouldn't have the stock airbox to run the extension hoses to (as the RR kit outlines), you can still extend the hoses up to a higher point and secure it for deeper water crossings as needed. I just relocated mine from the stock airbox setup (given the RIPP SC kit doesnt use the stock airbox), and I have also been running the RR kit for about 3 years with no issues.

There is NO interference for the RR kit by the RIPP SC kit so you can do both with no issues.
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I have the 2.5" tubes along with the River Riader Smilin Bob breather hose extension kit.

Although you wouldn't have the stock airbox to run the extension hoses to (as the RR kit outlines), you can still extend the hoses up to a higher point and secure it for deeper water crossings as needed. I just relocated mine from the stock airbox setup (given the RIPP SC kit doesnt use the stock airbox), and I have also been running the RR kit for about 3 years with no issues.

There is NO interference for the RR kit by the RIPP SC kit so you can do both with no issues.
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Guys using this kit. Update on Mpg? Include tire size, gears, and additional upgrades. I'm waiting on a 2014 JKUR.
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In the interests of providing the best product and experience to our customers, we are happy to announce the release of our newest tune for our newly released 2012-2013 3.6L Pentastar Supercharger System.

The latest tune (RIPP36_2.0) will give a MUCH improved driving experience and further dials out the poor factory throttle response and allows for more precise shifting/shift points as compared with STOCK OEM inconsistencies.

These improvements are for BOTH 6 Speed Manual AND 5 Speed Automatic transmissions.

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I'm getting closer to doing this. I spoke to my mechanic today about doing the install, he's cool with doing it but asked me to inquire as to whether there is any history of these units causing issues with piston rings. Anyone any views on this?
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I can't make up my mind.... Put a Ripp's supercharger on my 2011 JKR or order a new JKR X?
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I can't make up my mind.... Put a Ripp's supercharger on my 2011 JKR or order a new JKR X?
Sell the 2011 and install a RIPP on your 10A!

Not what you asked but it's what you're gettin from me
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Or....order your JKR X AND a RIPP supercharger!!!
That would be sweet but don't think it's going to happen.
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Sell the 2011 and install a RIPP on your 10A!

Not what you asked but it's what you're gettin from me
My wife has taken the 10A and won't let me drive it....
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