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Old 09-28-2013, 12:45 PM
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Default Adding a RIPP Supercharger to "Addiction"!

Time to give "Addiction" a little boost in performance!

The RIPP Supercharger system, along with RIPP long tube headers and Flowmaster "Hush Power" resonator exhaust system, arrived yesterday evening and will begin the installation today! :beer:






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Beginning to disconnect everything!



Map sensor gets replaced by a supplied map sensor with the kit:






Stock injectors are replaced with new injectors supplied with the RIPP Supercharger Kit:



New injectors installed:




New brass directional valve installed....opens in vacuum and closed in boost:


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Be sure to install the air filter aluminum housing before installing the supercharger....as you can see in the following pictures there is not much wiggle room, enough not to be concerned about the sensor and spacing of the supercharger but not enough to manuever the canister install once the supercharger is mounted:






Intercooler is installed:




Drive belt is in place along with the supercharger securing bracket.




Air filter in place.....the yellow tag is connected to a plug bolt that will be removed in order to install a pressure release valve. The V3 superchargers are self-contained and this pressure release valve prevents too much pressure from building up in the oil case:





Final assembly of the Supercharger components:


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Intercooler tightened up and grill back in place:




Stock exhaust heat shields trimmed and mounted to the RIPP Superchargers Long Tube Headers.....very little trimming and easy re-install:





Tightening the upper headers retaining bolts:




Still need to install the FlowMaster "Hush Power" Resonator, but for now everything else is complete. Everything functions exactly as it is designed with no error codes or warning lights! :Beer:

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