That won't work on a JRSC. I think there is an "aftercooler" modification that can be done to the JRSC but unless you are running BIG boost its not needed. The JRSC runs about 6lbs as-is but can be bumped up with a pulley change.
That is true unless you're willing to modify the JRSC. Like these people do...with the supercharger which is install instead of the throtle body u cant add an intercooler. while if u hv some other type of supercharger u can
Until recently I was running the same setup with a 4-1 header. On that motor you can hit 7psi before having to worry about temp issues. But, that's pretty common among the d-series motors. The JRSC for the D-series isn't nearly as efficient as the latest K-series which can hit 12psi before extra cooling is required.im savin up for a superchager i got stock d15b with 4-2-1 header and custom 2" pipes. what would be a save amount of boost. can u run a intercooler with a superchager ?