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DieselWrangler 07-11-2006 10:31 AM

Rimmer Supercharging Kits
 
I was reading JP magazine and there was a interesting article about supercharging kits for the 2.5, 4.0 and the 5.2 I believe. I cannot find their website or any prices for the kits. I think it would be neat to put a supercharger on my 2.5L

any thoughts..

S10Eater 07-11-2006 11:16 AM

im intrested too, keep us updated

canonball 07-11-2006 11:53 AM

www.jpmagazine.com theres and interesting article on 505 turbo kits, however i dont remember seeing anyting on superchargers

DieselWrangler 07-12-2006 08:01 AM

I have seen both articles. The 4.0L turbo is really cool, to bad there isint one for us 4 banger folks out there. I have been googleing rimmer superchargers and any other variations of the phrase I could think of and there dosent seem to be a website. The avenger blower is just to much money. Almost 4 thousand, my dad got a TRD supercharger for his 4runner installed and it was less than 3 thousand.
I am going to put headers on if I could get some clear answers on what fits and what dosent.

CoriolisSTORM 07-12-2006 08:42 AM

Last I heard, Rimmer had dropped off the map...

MOPARSTROUP 04-14-2012 04:12 PM

rimmer
 
i bought one and would love to talk with someone who has rimmers set up on their jeep. adjusting the fuel curve is very time consuming and agravating. looking forward to the day i can turn the key and everything just works right.

ClimbStuff 04-14-2012 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MOPARSTROUP (Post 13410843)
i bought one and would love to talk with someone who has rimmers set up on their jeep. adjusting the fuel curve is very time consuming and agravating. looking forward to the day i can turn the key and everything just works right.

Don't hold your breath. I've been puting motors together for 2 decades, and not one that was very moddified has ever just started up and worked right. You can only go so far before you cross the line of sacrificing drivability and reliability, with power... and that usually come when you start changing induction methods and trying to piggy back or fool the factory ECU.


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