Thanks for the reply. The Cherokee Turbo inlet tube/air box looks much different than a Wrangler see attached pic.
I took off the engine cover for this pic. For mods I shortened the air box air inlet tube that had the Hemholtz resonator on it.
It still pulls cool air from the corner but...
Great info thanks for sharing.
Those pressures are not unusual considering the output of this engine.
So how does the scan gauge look and do they make a setup for the Cherokee 2.0L?
It's funny but even after removing the air box silencer tube I don't hear the turbo spool up.
How did you get the boost pressure reading using a scan gauge or boost gauge?
On the Cherokee there is a line that is capped off that goes to the intake manifold
it has a connector that holds it to the firewall. I think a boost gauge could tap into that for a reading.
The turbo for the 2.0L is a Garrett twin scroll model MGT2050S with a 52 trim.
There are allot of 2019 Cherokee's with the 2.0 Turbo in dealer lots around me.
The option sheet shows that the engines are built in the US too.
Makes me wonder why are JL's with this same engine option taking so long?