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  1. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    What is the difference between the Valvomax and the Fumoto? Is the Fumoto significantly longer?
  2. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    And maybe even gives improved chassis articulation. :)
  3. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    I think that the Asfir is fine for light to perhaps moderate level usage, but for anything greater than that, I would opt for the steel.
  4. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    I installed the Asfir on my 2 door, fairly easy install, improved ground clearance, the only concern I had was having to delete the crossbar. So far, have not noticed any adverse effects, but can't help but wonder if the structural rigidity may have been compromised.
  5. Borla Exhaust for the Jeep Wrangler JL 2.0L

    Spoke with them 2 weeks ago, all they were able to say was "soon".
  6. Borla Exhaust for the Jeep Wrangler JL 2.0L

    Last post on this thread was nearly one year ago. Is there any update on when the climber touring cat-back will be available for the two door 2.0 turbo?
  7. Quiet cat back exhaust for a 2 door turbo

    There are quite a few axle back systems, but none of them seem to give the same ground clearance that you get from a cat-back.
  8. Quiet cat back exhaust for a 2 door turbo

    Thanks for checking, you got a great system, Borla had been my first choice, since they had a dedicated street-friendly version, the one you have. Still do not understand, with so many manufacturers, why doesn't someone make a reasonably quiet cat back for the two door turbo?
  9. Quiet cat back exhaust for a 2 door turbo

    I've searched all the threads, but unless I am missing something, the quiet cat back options for 2 door turbos are almost non existent. The only one I could find was MBRP, which reportedly is not especially quiet, and also requires that it be cut to size for the 2 door, making it impossible to...
  10. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    Can't help but wonder if some structural rigidity was lost with the brace removal.
  11. Is a muffler skid really needed?

    I think Midas still offers a $19.95 install special to forum members.
  12. Is a muffler skid really needed?

    Seems to be the consensus opinion is remove the muffler, but wear noise cancelling headphones. Sounds like a plan. Maybe Bose or Sony?
  13. Is a muffler skid really needed?

    Great replies, much useful info, thanks to everyone for your valuable input. Is this a great forum, or what?
  14. Is a muffler skid really needed?

    Now that I have already added an engine skid, 2 differential skids, control arm skids front and rear, 34" KO2s, and rock sliders to my otherwise stock JLR, I am wondering if a muffler skid would be the next logical step. I have no plans to lift the Jeep, and I am careful to not exceed what this...
  15. Early buyers - Is your JL 3 years old yet?

    My JLR 2.0 was built 8/18 and purchased 3/19, has only 5500 miles so far, mostly offroad, but no problems at all, have been very happy with it. I did opt for the 8 year Max Care 60K warranty, thinking that if I did decide to sell after 7 years the transferable warranty would be attractive to...
  16. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    Well, without the brace, you have less structural rigidity, which gives you greater frame articulation. :)
  17. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    This is what I wrote: "Very nice product, but I have never seen such a lack of instructions. No videos either." Two other members were also commenting on this lack of instructions with far stronger language than I was using, perhaps you confused my statement of fact with what they had said...
  18. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    So it seems that the cross brace that is removed in the first step is not put back on? It does not serve any structural purpose?
  19. 2.0 Engine Skid Plates

    Thank you for posting the photos, very helpful.
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