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  1. Bronco vs Jeep Wrangler mega thread

    They've been in the real world for three years yet people are still complaining about loose steering? Real world testing? Umm. :bandit: Ford did a lot of things right with this Bronco. I'm not saying that the Wrangler is going anywhere any time soon, they're definitely going to have to step up...
  2. Motor Trend confirms steering issue fix made to 2020 Jeep JL (gear valve tuning & pump calibration changes)

    Interesting, I wonder if this will eventually lead into TSBs or recalls for 2018s and 2019s.
  3. Anyone Running Pizza Cutters?

    Nice! Can you tell that its a noticeable size increase over factory? Always hard to really judge in pictures but it looks good! Those factory silver wheels look great too!
  4. Anyone Running Pizza Cutters?

    I've seen those and they honestly seem perfect! I just wish they weren't $350 a piece, LOL.
  5. MBRP High-Tuck installed:

    Any update on how you're liking the exhaust after a couple miles, @JesseRohr ? Stuck between this and the Magnaflow I think. MBRP definitely fits my price range a little better but drone is something I'm trying to avoid as much as possible.
  6. Aftermarket blow off valve?

    We actually re-used both factory couplers and clamps tbh, but everything is down nice and tight! Drove around 500 miles this weekends with no issues! Still having great power delivery, more mid range torque, better throttle response, etc. Highway mpgs at 70 mph the PA turnpike went down about 1...
  7. Aftermarket blow off valve?

    Installed the Mishimoto Intercooler Pipe along with the DV+ last night with the help of a buddy of mine and WOW. I had a boost leak before so I knew things were going to feel better with some new parts installed regardless, but the increased mid-range torque from the pipe along with the new...
  8. Aftermarket blow off valve?

    Is the difference between having the extra spring installed behind the piston sleeve noticeable? I'm guessing installing the extra spring would be the smarter choice regardless of having an aftermarket tune to increase performance. I recently purchased a DV+ that should be getting delivered soon...
  9. JL EXHAUST LOOP DELETE PIPE

    But those UEL headers sound SOOOOO much better. ;)
  10. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    People are also still throwing a fit over there not being some sort of V8 option available for it. I'm not surprised about people getting salty over the IFS. Ford has never 100% denied a SFA in some degree though, some people are still hoping.
  11. Anyone Running Pizza Cutters?

    Going off of what @Carlton said. Skinner tires will cut through snow/slush/mud/rain better than wider tires will and are less prone to hydroplaning. Some people prefer them off-road do to their smaller contact patch, which helps increase traction on solid stuff. They're also a lot less likely to...
  12. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    Seeing how some dealerships treat their customers regarding death wobble/steering shimmy, radio issues, knocking rear differentials, frame welds, etc... I don't think it will take much for some people to change. :bandit: I personally have only had one dealership's service department treat me...
  13. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I never said it was a good counter. :giggle:
  14. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I'd be lying if I said I wasn't interested. If they do things right, keep the exterior heavily Bronco R inspired and the price isn't stupid high; you bet your ass I'm going for a test drive. I love my 2.0L but the power you can get out of the 2.7L Eco is crazy. Their counter is the 3.0L diesel...
  15. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I'm pretty sure the "official" meaning released by Ford was that its a combination of 20 - the Bronco R's race class number and 69 - the year Rod Hall won overall with his Bronco. Having multiple meanings like that would definitely be interesting though!
  16. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    Second this. Saw TFL note this in a video they uploaded this morning. I'm sure Ford will have their own event outside of the autoshow though.
  17. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I'd assume we'll see the same amount of aftermarket as Tacomas and 4Runners have. Nothing crazy like anything Jeep has, but still decent enough. You know for a fact people will be using these for overlanding and wheeling.
  18. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I think it will follow relatively close to what the FX4 Ranger and TRD Tacoma offer feature-wise, honestly. I can't see it getting too stripped down. You'll see some sort of crawl control or terrain-based 4WD systems, electronic lockers on higher trims, back-up camera, push button start, keyless...
  19. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    I've seen some renderings of two-doors that look on the smaller end like the 70s models, and others that look to be the size of a two-door XJ or Blazer. I'm kinda hoping for the second option honestly. Big enough to have more storage space than a two-door Wrangler, but not be a minivan by any...
  20. Looks Like Ford Bronco is Serious About Taking on the Wrangler

    And there's nothing wrong with soccer moms! They're what helped keep the Jeep alive and JKU sales up. I'd rather have a bunch of "posers" and casual Jeep owners who don't go rock-crawling keeping the brand alive instead of the Wrangler dying off after a couple years. Again, if Ford does it...



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