ProCharger has two complete intercooled systems for the 6.1L HEMI Chargers–a shared-drive, HO Intercooled System and dedicated-drive, Stage II Intercooled System. Both the HO and Stage II Systems allow SRT-8 Charger owners to experience the spine-straightening acceleration of a ProCharger-equipped 6.1L HEMI Charger. Both ProCharger Systems utilize the proven and patented P-1SC-1 ProCharger, a 3-core air-to-air intercooler, OEM-quality mounting brackets and all necessary supercharger and intercooler tubes for installation onto 2010-2006 Dodge Chargers. ProCharger systems for both the 5.7L and 6.1L HEMI utilize Diablosport® flash tuning systems to apply the ProCharger-developed tune for both applications.
|Description||Hp Gain||Max Boost||Intercooler|
|* HO Intercooled System with P-1SC-1 supercharger||160+||7 psi||3 core|
HO Intercooled Tuner Kit with P-1SC-1 supercharger
|Stage II Intercooled System with P-1SC-1 supercharger||160+||7 psi||3 core|
|Stage II Intercooled Tuner Kit with P-1SC-1 supercharger||specify||specify||3 core|
In addition to the two full systems, ProCharger also offers two Intercooled Tuner Kits for the 6.1L HEMI Chargers–an HO Intercooled Tuner Kit and a Stage II Intercooled Tuner Kit. With reliability, quality and power far superior to other forced-air induction systems, a ProCharger Tuner Kit is an excellent way to add even more power to modified and custom applications of the legendary 6.1L HEMI Charger. Tuner Kits require the purchase of a fuel system upgrade (injectors and fuel pump booster) and custom tuning.
All ProCharger 6.1L HEMI supercharger solutions (Systems and Tuner Kits), require the purchase of an aftermarket crankshaft damper (sold separately).
And with reliability, quality and power far superior to other forced-air induction systems, ProCharger Systems and Tuner Kit are excellent ways to add even more power to these modern HEMI powerhouses. ProCharger supercharger systems for the EFI HEMI engines feature easy installation, minimal relocation of components, no need to punch a hole in the engine oil pan, and avoid having to deal with all the complexity of an air-to-water-to-air intercooler.