Originally Posted by Strongjeff
Depends on the tune. Ripp tunes are on the conservative side so I don't think drivability will be an issue
Tuning for WOT is easier than tuning for drivability. I'm not familiar with Ripp's WOT tunes but if I had to guess there not designed to blow anything up. So I guess we can say it's conservative or optimized for peak performance. But tuning for drivability is another matter.
A supercharger is another accessory that takes HP to spin and this load will vary. The more air the supercharger puts the load will change or vary and this has NOTHING to do with a conservative WOT tune from above.
I'm sure Ripp did a lot of real world drivability testing
to get their drivability tune close but each vehicle's condition is different and I'm sure there will be some issues with some vehicles and others probably none. But it will require the owner to either send the chip back to Ripp or visit their shop and have them see exactly what the issue may be so they can adjust their drivability tune.
I hope this helps