Understood on the IP issues. Thanks for taking the time to reply in full. Much appreciated.Our design team stuck with the 1320 for ease of manufacturing. Had they opted for the 1900 a new rotor housing would be required. The goal was to get to production ASAP.
As for calibration/tuning, I can provide specifics since this is proprietary info. However I can touch on some of your questions:
- The EGR is taken into account especially since it is required for the EO.
- Cam phasing has been adjusted to optimize combustion stability throughout the RPM range and optimize peak performance.
- TCM updates are also included to improve overall drivability. I believe Edelbrock was the first and still the only supercharger manufacturer that even offers TCM updates for the JK as well.
- Boost and accel pedal input are generally tied together in a positive displacement supercharger however we still utilize a vacuum controlled bypass actuator which mitigates response at low pedal percentages.
- All OBD functions are retained like stock.
The attention to cam-phasing answers the question to me on how you're able to get your 1320 output within 20lb/ft of the 1900 series kits, and between that and EGR being addressed, I would guess the drivability manners of your kit is probably superb, assuming correct parameters.