Be sure to install the air filter aluminum housing before installing the supercharger....as you can see in the following pictures there is not much wiggle room, enough not to be concerned about the sensor and spacing of the supercharger but not enough to manuever the canister install once the supercharger is mounted:
Intercooler is installed:
Drive belt is in place along with the supercharger securing bracket.
Air filter in place.....the yellow tag is connected to a plug bolt that will be removed in order to install a pressure release valve. The V3 superchargers are self-contained and this pressure release valve prevents too much pressure from building up in the oil case:
Just a little feedback for everyone who may be looking into a RIPP Supercharger for your Jeep.
This is a picture to show yall the results a week later after going through 3/4 tank of gas with the RIPP installed! This gas gauge reading includes in-town driving and approximately 15-18 miles of highway driving.
For a 6spd, the shift points and "ideal" RPMs with the RIPP for fuel efficiency on my JK is back down from 2500 (pre-RIPP intall) to 1500-1800 (post-RIPP install). (NOTE: prior to RIPP install 2500rpm was the ideal range with 4.10 gears on 315x70x17s to increase mpg from 11.5-12mpg in town to around 13.5mpg in town and from 13mpg to 15
15.5mpg on highway).
Overall I am VERY impressed with the system for both the power/performance gains as well as with better fuel efficiency during "regular" driving!
GenRight Armor, RIPP Supercharger, RK suspension, MT Classic Locks, Pro Comp MT2s, sPOD, Alien 50" and 20" light bars, VisionX Rock lights, ProLink, Smittybuilt winch, JeepSwag OBA and hood/door struts, SpiderWebShade, Teraflex 3rd row seat kit