This is far from the truth; if you actually did tow on a regular basis you would know that getting spot checked is not uncommon. Just 2 weeks ago they were spot checking everyone going into a local state park to make sure:
1) Propane tanks not time-expired
2) Vehicle tow rating and trailer...
Call AccuTune and talk it through with them. They are good guys. I love my 2.5 Fox's they tuned but I am sure the King's they tune are also excellent.
I prefer the bigger diameter as the Jeep is heavy and can use all piston area you can get.
I am not here to disagree that the standard or how they are set is horse-shit.
I can tell you if you have an accident while towing over the limit you will have issues as they take this seriously. I have also seen the police stop and check for proper tow ratings and proper safety systems in...
1) Sahara model is for your wife, daughter, or mistress. The only worthwhile Jeep is a Rubicon unless you build out a Sport.
2) The 392 is stupid in a Jeep. Cool but stupid.
3) All the bullshit over colored and flashing light shows and crap
4) Teraflex is shit.
Koons is horrible. Completely horrible. I had a Bronco FE on order from them and they bent the rules as the owner wanted it for his son so even after we agreed on a price he decided on a very large "market adjustment"
Not worth fighting over it so took my deposit and walked. But this class...
Water will get you home. Then just flush the system and fill with the proper stuff as soon as possible.
Just make sure the water is clean and free from chunks of stuff that could clog the system up. No different then if you blow a radiator hose.
All modern coolant systems are now calling...
Even with the factory turbo it is well known that the ICT's can get pretty high as the liquid to air system just doesn't have a lot of heat rejection capacity - it is buried into the radiator stack.
I also have an improved turbo on the Jeep which did help the boost come on much sooner and...
Liquid to air intercooler upgrade on the 2.0L. Just waiting on the mating connectors to power the fans.
Ideally want them to only run when reservoir coolant above a certain temp - but for now they are going on one of the aux switches.
I believe the issue is the 4xe doesn't really have independent systems; like the e-torque 2.0L doesn't either.
The issue is the generator is 48V and charges the lithium pack. There is also a 48V to 12V convertor that charges the conventional 12V battery from the lithium pack.
If the 48V...
Many have done the Rubicon in factory jeeps as a point of reference.
I know I said training above all else above; but anything to do with safety should come first, then usability. So for example rescue gear and compressor both makes sense.
Go take some off road training and get to know the Jeep.
Your Jeep can do a lot more then you think as is, and learning to get the most out of it is the best investment you can make.
Then when your skills are beyond the Jeep's it's time to start the modifications.