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Couple questions.

-How many miles did the jeep have on it before the SC was installed?
-What was your average fuel mileage before the SC was installed?
-What can one expect for fuel mileage during daily driving assuming one doesnt drive like a jackass?

I noticed on your website you mention 91 octane, is this required or will the knock sensor keep things in check with reg. unleaded? Ok, thats more than a couple questions...:D
 

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Couple questions.

-How many miles did the jeep have on it before the SC was installed?
-What was your average fuel mileage before the SC was installed?
-What can one expect for fuel mileage during daily driving assuming one doesnt drive like a jackass?

I noticed on your website you mention 91 octane, is this required or will the knock sensor keep things in check with reg. unleaded? Ok, thats more than a couple questions...:D

-How many miles did the jeep have on it before the SC was installed?
  • Our in house test vehicle had 1200 miles on it when we started the process. We are now up to 10000 miles total - 370+ pass's on the dyno... Our program is very stable at this point. The 6spd in the 0-60 Vidoe has been supercharged since January of 2013 - Drove from NYC to Utah, wheeled for Easter Jeep Safari and drove back as well. That completed sea-level to high elevation tuning for us.

-What was your average fuel mileage before the SC was installed?
-What can one expect for fuel mileage during daily driving assuming one doesnt drive like a jackass?

  • We advertise 1-4more MPG from whatever your getting now - thats info that is returned to us from the end user, we try our best to sneak MPG from our tunes.

I noticed on your website you mention 91 octane, is this required or will the knock sensor keep things in check with reg. unleaded?
  • We tune on 89oct found regularly in NYC. In some states the 91oct is equivalent to our 89. - we DO NOT Recommend using a lessor fuel. But please be fair to the fuel, if we are buying you 1+4more MPG then you can give it 89-93 in the tank.... right?
 

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Great feedback on the testing!

An added bonus, in reading up on the RIPP SC carb/smog legal kits, as well as watching the videos above, is that it is 50 state carb legal for the '07-'11 with the '12+ following suit! This is key for everyone who is interested in power options, but especially the military members on JKO who have to relocate and undergo various states requiring emissions tests! :beer:





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