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Has anyone else run across this? At the bottom of his home page says rjs supercharge kits for joyner buggies but has listed 1100cc fi trooper. Being that I like rock crawling may be a good choice. what do yall thing? www.rjssuperchargers.com

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Has anyone else run across this? At the bottom of his home page says rjs supercharge kits for joyner buggies but has listed 1100cc fi trooper. Being that I like rock crawling may be a good choice. what do yall thing? www.rjssuperchargers.com

A super charger is going to give a lot better low RPM torque for rock crawling. You definetely want to use an aftercooler and the engine needs to have the very mismatched prots cleaned up. Lowering the compression is also necessary. And for rock crawling I would go to the renegade diff gearing. Contact Jarrad at No Limit Motorsports about this.

Lenny

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A super charger is going to give a lot better low RPM torque for rock crawling. You definetely want to use an aftercooler and the engine needs to have the very mismatched prots cleaned up. Lowering the compression is also necessary. And for rock crawling I would go to the renegade diff gearing. Contact Jarrad at No Limit Motorsports about this.

Lenny

I have already talked to him today. Had to order up two outer tie rod ends and rear axel that I broke this past weekend. We touched on the topic of superchargers today said that you have alot of torque. Do you have renegade gearing?

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Well who is going to be first

Yes I do have Renegade gearing and like it. I think Rocmoc is getting ready to put it in his Trooper too.

Lenny

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Cool. What is the top speed of yours after the gears? What size tires are u running?

I run 31x10.5-15 Mickey Thompson Baja Claw tires and my top speed is still probably 60-65. It was probably 75 with the stock diff gearing.

Lenny

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I run 31x10.5-15 Mickey Thompson Baja Claw tires and my top speed is still probably 60-65. It was probably 75 with the stock diff gearing.

Lenny

That diff gearing makes a big difference cause my top speed is somewhere around 65-70 On 28.5/12/14. I think it may be to low being that I only have 28.5 tires.

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