Edelbrock Super Charger: reviews, installs, information

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Have these hit the market yet?
Any sources for installs, reviews, etc?


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Funny....... I emailed them a couple of weeks ago for some better info for comparison...... and you post up here..... nice
 

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@Beowulf @Hydroboy35th @the_webers_inc @MichaelAnthony @moodywizard Hopefully the info below is helpful.

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EDELBROCK SUPERCHARGER KITS FOR 2018-2020 JEEP WRANGLER JL AND GLADIATOR JT

EO# D-215-118

The industry's most reliable forced induction system is now available for the 2018-20 Jeep Wrangler JL and Gladiator JT with the 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine. This new Edelbrock Supercharger is engineered to deliver a 46% increase in rear-wheel horsepower with 26.9% more rear-wheel torque in 50-state emissions-legal bolt-on kit that fits under the factory hood with no modification.



This kit features the latest TVS R1320 rotor assembly in an Edelbrock supercharger housing and manifold with a high-capacity dual-pass intercooler. All necessary hardware, hoses and tuner are included along with a full-color installation manual to simplify the installation. A no-tuner version is available under part number 152840 (see below for kit options). Edelbrock Superchargers for the 2018-20 Jeep JL/JT are manufactured by Edelbrock in the USA and include a free 3-Year/36,000-mile powertrain warranty when the supplied calibration is used.



Supercharger Kit 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL and Gladiator JT W/Tune, Part #15284

Stock 2018 JLRU 8AT​
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EForce 2018 JLRU 8AT 93 octane​
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This is a nice kit and I love those curves and the way it brings up the torque curve in the upper rpm to make a nice level flat predictable torque curve. When I saw the Dyno I was worried you could only run 93 octane but looks like the manual says you can run 91 so thats good.
 
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I’m going the supercharger route from Edelbrock—but probably not for another couple of years when I get outside of my initial warranty period and the Jeep is fully paid for. Seems like a great way to get that added oomph without completing breaking the bank.

Only well vetted products from top quality manufacturers installed by reputable (and usually expensive) Jeep speciality shops can do in this instance. Edelbrock seems like a safe bet given their success on the JK and their relatively conservative and deliberative approach to the JL’s 3.6 but time will tell

I have the non-eTorque 3.6/8A in my JLUR and am glad I selected that combo as Edelbrock’s system is only compatible with the non-ETorque 3.6 w/ ESS. 6M and 8A transmissions are both good to go though and man would a 6M be fun with an Edelbrock supercharger kit...

Come to think of it are any of the JL supercharger kits currently available compatible with the 3.6 48V eTorque???
 

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This is a nice kit and I love those curves and the way it brings up the torque curve in the upper rpm to make a nice level flat predictable torque curve. When I saw the Dyno I was worried you could only run 93 octane but looks like the manual says you can run 91 so thats good.
Edelbrock offers 91 and 93 calibrations. The only difference being ignition advance at high engine loads.
 
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