Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC
Linear power, if the vehicle has nothing down low stock, it has nothing down low blown.
Reliability is a myth. People say superchargers are more reliable than turbos when comparing a $5000 supercharger kit to a $5000 turbo kit, which isn't a fair comparison. Both can be made to be EXTREMELY reliable, but the turbo will cost more to engineer properly.
I think you need to re-examine your facts on the cons.
As a past builder and installer of many turbo systems, including our own 600+ whp FWD 1.8L Acura Integra IDRC campaigned race car. We know that unless it extremely well engineered and designed (read Expensive) and professionally installed (expensive again) it has no place in a back yard do it yourself jeepers hands.
Our system is not marketed as the most powerful on the market, it is marked as what your vehicle SHOULD have HAD.
Our use of a Vortech V3 SiQ trim SC, which has a rated capacity for over 600hp, and a Diablosport tuner that does NOT leave you locked into a tune if you choose to further expand power ratings. (do at your own risk)
We aired on the side of reliability over power, price over punch, ease of installation and maintenance (no special tools required and a 6-8 hour install time).
Turbo's are great, they really are, but WE feel they are not the best option for a Jeep. Why we designed our system the way we have.