RIPP Superchargers’ Ram 1500 System Adds Some Major Grunt To Your HEMI Truck…

RIPP Superchargers would like to introduce its 15th production supercharging system – The 2009-2010 Dodge RAM 1500 and 2500 5.7L HEMI System.

RIPP Superchargers is the number one selling supercharger in the 2007-2011 Jeep Wrangler circles, and their kits are always some of the easiest to install, most powerful, and most reliable that you can buy. This kit features the signature Vortech V3 Si self-contained centrifugal supercharger, an oversized water-to-air charge cooler, and a large heat-exchanger unit mounted behind the grill. As a whole, this kit bolts on in 6 hours is considered plug-and-play. Set up at 7psi peak and tuned on 91 octane pump gas, the kit features larger primary injectors, RIPP map sensor, and includes a DiabloSport Predator to reflash the factory ECU. Preliminary tests show RIPP’s own 2010 RAM 1500/2500 Quad Cab producing just 267-280 rear wheel horsepower (RWHP) stock. With their prototype supercharger installed, they were able to squeeze 440ft/lbs of torque and 430rwhp in a completely check engine light free environment with all emissions and knock control features on, making it extremely safe for any form of motorsport.

Check out this video testing done on stock exhaust manifolds, cats and exhaust.

System Features
– Vortech V3 Si Trim Centrifugal Supercharger
– Vortech Bypass Valve
– DiabloSport Predator (Pre-Programmed)
– Larger Injectors
– RIPP MAP Sensor
– Water-to-Air Charge Cooler
– Heat Exchanger
– Large Heat Exchange Pump
– Stainless Steel Idlers
– Large 9″ Air Filter
– Gates Serpentine Belt
– Polished 3.5″ Piping
– 4ply Coupling Sleeves
– Stainless Clamps
– All Necessary Hardware
– Fully Illustrated Instructions
– 1 Year Warranty

About Brian@Vortech

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