Jeep Supercharger for 12-14 Jeep Wrangler JK right hand drive 3.6L 6 Speed. RIPP is proud to announce the WorldвЂ™s First supercharger system for a 2012-2014 Jeep Wrangler JK equipped with the 3.6l Pentastar V6. RIPP Superchargers is the number one selling supercharger in the 2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler communities. Our kits are considered the easiest to install, most powerful and most reliable.
Please Allow One Week for assembly of your purchase
Key features of this system are: a Vortech V3 Self-Contained Centrifugal Supercharger, an air to air front mounted intercooler, larger plug and play primary injectors and a proprietary plug n play map sensor. Proper ECU calibrations are provided by RIPP via a Preprogrammed Diablosport tuner. Our system bolts on in six to eight hours and is considered the most complete and easy to install system on the market.
Preliminary tests show that an Automatic 3.6 Pentastar Jeep Wrangler Unlimited produces only 189 rear wheel HP (WHP) in stock form. With larger wheels and tires, like most clients have, power is even lower. With a RIPP Supercharger installed we safely squeezed 325WHP and 300ft/lbs of Torque on 37in tall tires. That WHP is higher than a 5.7 V8 Engine swap costing thousands more and more in line with a 6.4 Hemi swap. Additionally clients have reported an MPG increase from 1- 4mpg combined City/hwy.
RIPP has spent an enormous amount of time tuning for better drive quality. It has tuned in all conditions including high altitude, hot dry deserts and cold wet climates. No other manufacturer has spent more time developing engine calibrations than RIPP and it is a brand you can rely on World Wide.
- Fits 12 to 14 Wrangler (JK) with 3.6L
- 6 speed transmission only right hand drive
- Vortech V3 Si trim centrifugal supercharger
- Diablo I-1000 tuner
- By-Pass valve
- Larger injectors
- RIPP MAP sensor
- Front mount intercooler
- Large heat exchange pump
- Stainless steel idlers
- Gates serpentine belt
- 49 State Legal Not for Sale or Use in CA
- PENDING: Legal for use in California
- Horse Power Measured at the Rear wheel (not crank)
All RIPP WHP levels are measured at the rear wheel, not at the crank. Be careful when comparing HP to WHP. WHP levels vary depending on tire and gear combination as rotational mass comes into play, this affects both Naturally Aspirated (NA) and Forced Induction (FI) total output.
The factory transmission cannot be tuned directly. Please make sure you have the proper gear ratio for your vehicle’s wheel/tire set-up to maximize it’s potential