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  1. DUN DUN DUUUN!!! 2021 2 DR JL Rubicon - comparison and thoughts vs 2019 JL Sport S

    That’s incorrect. It does not have a lifetime warranty, nor is the entire system covered. Only some parts of the eTorque system are covered by the 8 year/80k Federal Emissions Warranty
  2. - Led Premium Headlights - Yeah or Neah? - What is your thoughts?

    Compared to the JK LED or JK halogen lights?
  3. JL Manual Transmission Values Down the Road

    My Mazdaspeed6 had heavy carbon buildup around 60k
  4. What do you think will fail first in the JL driveline?

    I agree, think upgrading to a single piece passenger side axle shaft would be a must.
  5. 2021 Wrangler Ditches 2.0L eTorque Mild Hybrid Engine

    Yes, but only with the manual transmission
  6. Transfer case and axle ratios for this order:

    - Axle ratio is 3.73 - Transfer case is NV241OR
  7. V8 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept drive review by MotorTrend

    I think the original “Hellcat” came even before “Terminator”. Back in 2003-04 people were comparing the Cobra as a modern day 1986-87 Buick Grand National. Also, why wait for the kids to outgrow the power wheels, strollers and toys...
  8. V8 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept drive review by MotorTrend

    Every ESS system I’ve seen uses 2-batteries (even Toyota & Honda). Which manufacturer only uses one battery w/ ESS? Currently, no FCA vehicle with the 6.4 uses ESS, and the 5.7 only gets ESS when optioned with eTorque. It’s more than just a battery though, stop/start is also rough on engine...
  9. 4WD not DISENGAGING

    I would guess it’s the FAD, not the transfer case causing the issue.
  10. V8 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept drive review by MotorTrend

    The JLU weights just as much (or more) than a 6.4L Challenger/Charger.
  11. Find on lot, order, or wait?

    You can still get a non-eTorque 3.6 for 2021, just need to get the manual transmission
  12. 2.0T eTorque is going to be used by Maserati

    Next up, a press release from Stellantis announcing global engine sharing as a means of cutting ICE development costs for their newly formed company...
  13. What exactly is the benefit of the $1,500 V6 upgrade on a Sport S?

    Off-road you’ll actually see less torque in the 2.0 vs the 3.6 Remember the published power numbers reflect maximum boost. The turbo isn’t producing 20 psi off idle
  14. Having 2nd thoughts on the Rock-Trac HD Full Time 4wd

    I was not referring to all of Jeep’s transfer cases. The old NV242 was chain driven and reliable. You cannot compare them just because Jeep uses the same marketing name. I was only referring to the clutch pack based transfer cases that are known to be troublesome
  15. Having 2nd thoughts on the Rock-Trac HD Full Time 4wd

    Similar torque as the diesel but I’m not certain if they use different cases. The 6.4L Hemi WK2/WD are known to destroy the clutch packs in their transfer cases
  16. Having 2nd thoughts on the Rock-Trac HD Full Time 4wd

    The “Selec-Trac” name has been around a long time, but it’s not using the same hardware. Your Grand Cherokee’s NV247 and Cherokee’s NV242 transfer cases have long been discontinued. Jeep/Chrysler used to build the “NV” transfer cases, they sold New Venture to Magna in the mid-2000’s
  17. 4wd high question

    Sahara’s full-time 4WD is only available on the 8-speed automatic. You cannot get it with the 6-speed manual
  18. Having 2nd thoughts on the Rock-Trac HD Full Time 4wd

    Other FCA vehicles (Grand Cherokee, Durango and Ram) have all had on-going long-term issues with their clutch pack based transfer cases for years... I don’t expect Wrangler will be any different



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