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    Default RIPP 2012 Jeep Wrangler 3.6L V6 Dyno Test

    Honestly, I expected a little more with all of the positive comments on this forum. It is better IMO, just not in a big way. Check it out: RIPP Dyno Test



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    Think ill keep saving for a diesel or hemi swap

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    "It produces 180 rear wheel HP and 150ft/trq (AT the rear wheels)"

    What kind of dyno?

    What do stock 3.8 do on the dyno?

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    I doubt they are done tuning it and giving it boost. I expect they will get more out of the 3.6.
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    Its not a test of a 2012 with a RIPP Supercharger but showing the difference between stock 3.6 and stock 3.8's. Once they have a supercharger and headers for the 3.6 its going to make swtiching to a Hemi less appealing.

    Here is the thread started by Ripp about it http://www.jk-forum.com/showthread.p...6-Dyno-Results
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    Quote Originally Posted by speed2005 View Post
    "It produces 180 rear wheel HP and 150ft/trq (AT the rear wheels)"

    What kind of dyno?

    What do stock 3.8 do on the dyno?
    The torque is almost identical. If you are willing to live in the 5500+ rpm range the 3.6 does make an additional 40 hp over the 3.8.

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    When the time comes I'll be more than happy with a 3.6. Until then I'm satisfied with my 3.8 and cant wait till I can finally get headers and supercharger for my current Jeep. Then the same for the Grand Cherokee SRT8 then again for my 3.6 when i get one and Ripp has one for it.
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    I miss read the thread title. Thought RIPP was already testing a SC on a 3.6!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankee View Post
    I miss read the thread title. Thought RIPP was already testing a SC on a 3.6!
    you should just see about getting your hemi supercharged with some new headers. Im sure they could. Then youd have the best of both worlds
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmojo82 View Post
    you should just see about getting your hemi supercharged with some new headers. Im sure they could. Then youd have the best of both worlds
    Ha, that would be fun. I do not think my stock axles and drive shafts would hold up to that kind of HP and I am not ready to spring for 60's yet.

    I am actually quite surprised the stock stuff has held up for over 20k miles of the 6.1 as it is.

    Well, except for the tires.

    I am following what RIPP does with the 3.6 because down the road I think I am going to get my wife a JKU.
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