I was always concerned about boosting the 6. No leaks, good to go. No wonder shit is coming apart. The motors are the same between the '12 and '15 - 6. I think either side is going to say their choice is the way to go.
Boy, I should have listened and just cruised on home… In any case, I decided not to switch the mode, try a launch to 60, etc. This ProCharger supercharger system was designed with long lasting performance in mind. He did have a few straps and decided to drag the Jeep up by the tow hitch with a clapped out Avalanche. With either, drop some forged pistons and rods in. There's a thread, don't feel like searching for it now and reliving that.
This was truly the best vehicle that I have ever had, and I have no idea when I'll be able to justify something like it again. My friend has had belt issues also, mainly slipping off the water pump and getting burned by hot coolant. This ProCharger supercharger system was designed with long lasting performance in mind. Sigh, not very comforting for a daily driver. While others claim, Whipple Superchargers simply deliver more power per pound of boost than any other supercharger on the market today. Then you can get through.
Whipple was the first to bring positive displacement technology to fuel injected, emissions legal applications. Varooom I have the edelbrock 2. I know most have had issues but his jeep is really making me think it is possible as long as the tuning is on point. In snow that it will probably never see again: Next few months consisted of tearing it down, inspecting, getting the blower to Whipple for a rebuild, etc. I got on Amazon and ordered a few more belts - 2 the same size and 2 the next length. No need to buy another unit like other systems! Ok, back to the story, shredded another belt.
The front inlet casting also features a long tapered turn allowing proper rotor filling, maintaining peak volumetric efficiency levels. Still, drop the forged pieces in with any route. I think either side is going to say their choice is the way to go. But: Lots more and if you are curious as to the damage. I prefer the positive displacement blower over the centrifugal, which is why I went with the Whipple. This includes all mounting brackets for the blower, pullies, belts, intercooler, all the tubing, piping, fittings and clamps and even oil for the self contained lubricating system. There are a lot of guys out there with the kit and are happy with it, there are positive testimonials everywhere and I've yet to see a complaint.
Added in a Fastman throttle body around this time as well from cyanideg. Good luck, I don't think it is anything serious. Still, drop the forged pieces in with any route. Yup, that is the 'bad' one and the 'correct' spacer. No need to buy another unit like other systems! Look at the issues we had on the 6.
Look at the issues we had on the 6. Also learned that the 2014 oil pan is not the same as the 2012-2013 replacement shortblock was the 2013 part number I believe. Also put their rocker bar kit on: This setup should have no issue with the blower and can put down more power if I pulley down and up the fuel. Same thing happened with the replacement. We're happy to answer any questions you have about this system or any other ProCharger supercharger system in our vast product lineup.
I've got a factory stock short block that is being installed next week. The new system is 100% complete and is designed for stock engines but has enough capability to work with heavily modified engines. They are for a 2012-13. Time to install - there is a thread on this, but I left some stuff out. When they showed up, they had no way to get it on the hauler.