Ram Charged: Installing a Procharger on a Ram 2500
The art of superchargers has come a long way in the past several years. Gone are the days of cutting holes in the hood and strapping a potential time bomb to your long-block. Today's superchargers are pre-tuned to work with your factory configuration and come with all the necessary parts to make installation easy and performance flawless. They produce boost that's compatible with your factory pistons and other internal components, so you can realistically see 100hp gains on almost any engine throughout its natural life span. One of the companies at the forefront of making superchargers accessible to just about anyone is Procharger. The company has setups for all the popular trucks, with kits going back 20 years. It is also among the first to develop systems for new vehicles as body styles and engine configurations are updated, so you can outfit your truck as soon as you purchase it.
Recently, we chose to outfit a well-equipped '18 Ram 2500 Power Wagon with a Procharger setup. This High Output Intercooled System fits '14-and-up Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 6.4Ls and is good for gains as high as 150 hp and 100 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. Follow along as we install the entire system, including our Power Wagon's intercooler. Then see what happens when we put it on the dyno to get you some real-world numbers. Check out procharger.com to see how you can add 100 hp to your truck.