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Hello, my name is Jack Schuler and I am a Jeepaholic. I blame my obsession with Jeeps on my son J.R. who wanted his first vehicle to be a Jeep. The only thought in my mind was short wheel base, icy roads, and an inexperienced driver are not a good combination. None the less, JR was not deterred and found an 83 CJ8. All through high school my son and I built the Scrambler. The time I spent with my son building that Jeep was priceless. We still have the Jeep to this day and are currently in the process of building it for the fourth time. You can see the most current status of Project “Tweety” at:
http://s643.photobucket.com/albums/u...r%20Scrambler/

Avenger 4WD is a full service off-road shop in Colorado Springs that has been around since 2001. With tires sizes growing almost as fast as our national deficit and ever growing number of aftermarket modifications available for the Jeep, it became very apparent to us that anything we did to modify our Jeeps added weight to the vehicle making it less enjoyable to drive. It became our mission to “Avenge” performance loss by increasing the output of Jeep engines. Roots style superchargers were the natural choice for Jeep applications because of their ability to deliver torque at low RPMs where we need it most. With a great deal of perseverance, sweat, money and time, we were the first in the industry to obtain a C.A.R.B. certification for our 91-01 Jeep supercharger applications. Today we offer intercooled roots style supercharger applications for 91 and up 4.0 liters and the obviously a kit for the JK. We are also redesigning our kit for the 2.5 liter engine.

Today, we are proud to announce that with the help of DiabloSport tuners, Revolutions Performance and Servion Tuning we are the first to offer a fully reflashed Supercharger Application for the Jeep JK. A reflash allows us to safely give you the most performance out of your 3.8. More information and dyno results of our new kit can be found here:

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23204


The fact that we are an off-road shop and a supercharger kit manufacturer give us an un-equaled advantage in the performance off-road community. We are Jeep and 4wd enthusiasts ourselves so we know what the typical Jeep and 4x4 owner wants and needs from their rig. We will be offering several innovative products in the near future for the JK in addition to our supercharger kits and if you are in the area, stop on by and see what products and services we offer.


Sincerely,

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The link to their website is in their signature. I'm hoping "call us" means JKO discount.

Great INSTRUCTIONS by the way.

Do you have a photo looking down on the hood scoop? The profile doesn't provide all that much detail.


Instructions bring question to mind: On another thread, maybe another forum, a member suggested a transmission cooler mounted in front of the radiator (like your intercooler radiator) was not effective at crawling speeds (worked fine at highway speeds) and an additional fan was required. Supposedly verified by transmission temp gauge. Do you feel your radiator without additional fan will be effective while crawling?

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Hello, my name is Jack Schuler and I am a Jeepaholic. I blame my obsession with Jeeps on my son J.R. who wanted his first vehicle to be a Jeep. The only thought in my mind was short wheel base, icy roads, and an inexperienced driver are not a good combination. None the less, JR was not deterred and found an 83 CJ8. All through high school my son and I built the Scrambler. The time I spent with my son building that Jeep was priceless. We still have the Jeep to this day and are currently in the process of building it for the fourth time. You can see the most current status of Project “Tweety” at:
http://s643.photobucket.com/albums/u...r%20Scrambler/

Avenger 4WD is a full service off-road shop in Colorado Springs that has been around since 2001. With tires sizes growing almost as fast as our national deficit and ever growing number of aftermarket modifications available for the Jeep, it became very apparent to us that anything we did to modify our Jeeps added weight to the vehicle making it less enjoyable to drive. It became our mission to “Avenge” performance loss by increasing the output of Jeep engines. Roots style superchargers were the natural choice for Jeep applications because of their ability to deliver torque at low RPMs where we need it most. With a great deal of perseverance, sweat, money and time, we were the first in the industry to obtain a C.A.R.B. certification for our 91-01 Jeep supercharger applications. Today we offer intercooled roots style supercharger applications for 91 and up 4.0 liters and the obviously a kit for the JK. We are also redesigning our kit for the 2.5 liter engine.

Today, we are proud to announce that with the help of DiabloSport tuners, Revolutions Performance and Servion Tuning we are the first to offer a fully reflashed Supercharger Application for the Jeep JK. A reflash allows us to safely give you the most performance out of your 3.8. More information and dyno results of our new kit can be found here:

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23204


The fact that we are an off-road shop and a supercharger kit manufacturer give us an un-equaled advantage in the performance off-road community. We are Jeep and 4wd enthusiasts ourselves so we know what the typical Jeep and 4x4 owner wants and needs from their rig. We will be offering several innovative products in the near future for the JK in addition to our supercharger kits and if you are in the area, stop on by and see what products and services we offer.


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The link to their website is in their signature. I'm hoping "call us" means JKO discount.

Great INSTRUCTIONS by the way.

Do you have a photo looking down on the hood scoop? The profile doesn't provide all that much detail.


Instructions bring question to mind: On another thread, maybe another forum, a member suggested a transmission cooler mounted in front of the radiator (like your intercooler radiator) was not effective at crawling speeds (worked fine at highway speeds) and an additional fan was required. Supposedly verified by transmission temp gauge. Do you feel your radiator without additional fan will be effective while crawling?
On the Jk specifically a electric fan with a shroud is used and i see no downside for effective cooling for our innercooler radiator.I will get some photos up with several views of the hood scoop that comes with the kit.
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On the Jk specifically a electric fan with a shroud is used and i see no downside for effective cooling for our innercooler radiator.I will get some photos up with several views of the hood scoop that comes with the kit.
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I assume you're mounting the intercooler radiator/fan in front of the engine radiator? Any cooling issues?

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Welcome to the forum, I to am curious about the hood scoop. When will they be available for sale? I would like to see some pics of how it mounts on the inside.

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I assume you're mounting the intercooler radiator/fan in front of the engine radiator? Any cooling issues?
Yes we are mounting the radiator for the intercooler in front of the stock engine radiator and we have not had any cooling issues with this setup.

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Welcome to the forum, I to am curious about the hood scoop. When will they be available for sale? I would like to see some pics of how it mounts on the inside.
The scoop should be available in 4-5 weeks. We will post pictues and more information as soon as we get our first pieces in.

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Welcome to the JKO Jack! My buddy Don Prior has your TJ supercharger and has nothing but great things to say about you and your company.

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