I'm looking at the same thing, but the belt routing is impossible without customizing the top motor mount. And then I'm still not sure.hey everyone i recently found a supercharger that is made for the v6 charger and challenger but since that has the same v6 as the 200 was wondering if anyone has put a supercharger on their 200 and if its worth it.
The gen 2 replaces the lower intake with an intercooler. At the highest point of the blower ,measured from the intake flange on the head is 9.3 inches .My main concern would be room and clearance in the 200 UF AWD engine compartment. It is still fairly tight in the older 200/Avenger JS engine compartment also. Comparatively, the Rams and Jeeps have wide open spaces around the longitudinally-mounted Pentastar.
Superchargers are air compressors that make lots of heat. An air charge intercooler and EGR cooler would be worthwhile accessories to keep chance of detonation down and spark advance levels up. A raised and louvered hood would also help with cooling.
I read that the PUG in the Pacifica minivan with variable valve lift and an EGR cooler has 11% more torque between 2000-4000 RPM with 2% more torque at peak output. That would have a better chance of underhood fit and electronics playing nice, than a blower setup. But don't let that end this exciting experiment!
i have personally contacted RIPP about making a supercharger for the 200. i mean they make one for almost every other vehicle with a 3.6 pentastar. they told me that there was just no demand for the 200's, so there is no intention to make one any time soon.Theres a bunch of supercharged 3.6 from RIPP on Youtube.
The gen 2 replaces the lower intake with an intercooler. At the highest point of the blower ,measured from the intake flange on the head is 9.3 inches .
From the intake port flame to the hood is 10.1 inches.
It will be tight , but it should clear .
We also have the belt pass thru figured out for the mount.
We are going to have to fabricate a mount.What did you do for the belt pass through?