Looking for real world feedback on a supercharger on a manual JL.

Thundarr

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Any one have a manual with a supercharger?
 
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I did. See my thread.
 

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Did you do any updates to your brakes? I have the stock brakes (non heavy duty) and I already have the front rotors warped. I would imagine with that power that the brakes would most definitely need to be upgraded
 

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Did you do any updates to your brakes? I have the stock brakes (non heavy duty) and I already have the front rotors warped. I would imagine with that power that the brakes would most definitely need to be upgraded
Depends on how much you have changed your driving style. A supercharger is going to help with acceleration and maintaining speed but unless you are using that power to drive it like a race car (hard acceleration and hard braking), brake impact will be minimal. Added weight, especially rotating mass like larger/heavier wheels and tires are more likely your culprit because they are a constant added strain on the braking system.
 

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