Hi! New guy here with a 2020 Durango SRT w/17k... Have a Procharger kit sitting in the garage and looking for advice on whether or not to install it myself. Something about "tapping the crank" makes me nervous
I installed a ProCharger on my 5.3L Silverado. It isn't all that hard if you have any mechanical skills. Just take your time and pay attention to the details. I wouldn't go with the tune ProCharger provides it just sucks, so...... have it tuned by a reputable tuner for what you want to do with it. I have mine tuned for towing and its a bad mother pulling that 10,000 lb trailer. The ProCharger added around 185 hp, I also added a boost gauge and left and right bank AFR gauges. One more thing, ditch those POS worm drive clamps and order some T bar clamps you'll be glad you did the upgrade.
I upgraded the factory exhaust to a Borla so it would breath.
I also added the Tracy Lewis Performance (I believe is now RX) dual valve catch can to the motor, that way the catch can works whether in boost or cruising modes. When it's cool and or humid the condensation that the Air to Air exhanger puts out is crazy. It has a drain valve on the bottom of the can and you can route it for easy draining.
You might find the piping may need routed differently but ProCharger is great to work with and will send you any elbows or pipe you need.