Originally Posted by FoMoCoStang
This isnt for a ranger.
Huh? I thought we were talking about superchargers for Rangers?
When I was running my Kenne Bell at 7-8psi, it was absolutely a sleeper. The Kenne Bell is not like a Roots, it doesn't start to whine until it is in the 10-12psi range. You would never know I had a Kenne Bell or any other S/C on my Ranger when I was running at 7-8psi.
Plus, with all of the low RPM (where you normally run the engine) torque, the Kenne Bell kicks serious ***. It may not have the 5-6K RPM capability of a centrifugal, but for daily driving, trailer towing, and off road, NOTHING will beat a positive displacement screw supercharge, accept more stoke (AKA 408-427 cu in windsor)