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  1. PSC Motorsports has released Jeep JL upgraded steering systems

    Did you guys ever figure out a solution for the JL 2.0 E torque?
  2. North Carolina Steel bumper close out panels

    This is clearly a copy cat product of the Drago ones posted above, which many of us have. Drago also has the rear bumper ones also.
  3. Suspension Options, Higher Speed Stability (Fox Elite Series, Long Arm, Teraflex, AEV)

    First have enough spring and a good enough shock. Then go to hydro front bumps. I run a Teraflex 4.5” Long arm with Falcon 3.3’s and King Hydro bumps up front. I could theoretically run flat out at 85+ on washboard or dirt roads. In theory I could have averaged 55-60 in Mojave and in Death...
  4. Fridge Slider with Trail Rail System or Goose Gear Platform?

    Not to mention the weight savings of not having a bed-linered piece of plywood in your new Jeep.
  5. Rock Slide Engineering Gen 3 Slider issues

    I can’t believe people are still being scammed into buying these. I really wish that someone would file a class action or the FTC would take action against them. It will always be when they fail, not if, and how bad the damage to the vehicle or the person will be when it happens. Version 3...
  6. 2021 Jeep Tow Package - changing hitch to Class 3?

    Speed has nothing to do with a Class 2 weight limit of 3500 and 350 on the tongue and the euro spec towing of 2,500KG of around 5,500LBS, exceeding the limits of a class 2 hitch.
  7. Rear spoiler on the back of hardtop?

    What we need is a nose-cone, roadrunner style. 40 MPG easy :-).
  8. 2021 Jeep Tow Package - changing hitch to Class 3?

    Totally just for discussion, but I believe that EU and AUS have higher tow limits by far. I wonder if they get a different hitch?
  9. Fridge Slider with Trail Rail System or Goose Gear Platform?

    Why would you add a bunch of heavy plywood covered in bedliner to your vehicle (Goose Gear), or a bunch of aluminum where you lose height (AAL) and access to the rear compartment? Drago Jeep Products makes the lowest (height increase is minimized allowing you to fit larger or taller fridges)...
  10. MB Quart announced 'Purposely Engineered Jeep Tuned Audio Kits' (incl. 6x9 Soundbar adapter) at Jeep Beach 2021

    I used soundskins to deaden the factory enclosure and stuffed it with polyfill for a night and day difference in performance. Much tighter.
  11. Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

    Did you say that Banks now has an intercooler pipe also? Can you post a link?
  12. MB Quart announced 'Purposely Engineered Jeep Tuned Audio Kits' (incl. 6x9 Soundbar adapter) at Jeep Beach 2021

    Alpine system, 8.4: Just installed the upper dash speakers only so far… (only took five mins)… Big noticeable difference. Going to do the lower dash speakers, will probably just do the trunk with sound skins or dynamat, polyfill the sub and call it a day.
  13. Interior Design - Let's hear your thoughts!

    The win is to split the rear seat into 3 so the center is either removable or can at least be folded separately.
  14. Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

    Downpipes are a good option, but you can actually get to a point where the stock turbo wastegate can’t keep up, you’ll get a ton of over boost and the ECU will cut hard to try to offset. I’ve been nervous to do it. I think that the tune could be the big one. Let me know more for sure!
  15. Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

    Please keep me updated. I feel that this engine is severely underrated. It can make plenty of boost, I believe that it’s software limiting the current output primarily.
  16. Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

    I already have an exhaust so I mainly notice more of the typical intake whoosh/sucking noise. It is definitely louder and more noticeable. It is not off putting nor too loud. I can also hear the DV clearly now whereas I couldn’t even notice it before. I’m definitely spooling faster and making...
  17. Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

    Installed mine today. Definitely do not agree with their install order. Much easier to first connect and tighten the turbo side and then drop in the filter side already assembled. JB4/DV/Borla, and I noticed a significant difference in both throttle response and pull. The butt dyno says...
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