Thanks Maddog , I know it is only a matter of time!I haven't seen any tuners or programmers specific to your model yet.
They have to figure out the encryption on the PCM first, then they can build one.
You could check in with HyperTech, DiabloSport and Superchips online and send them an inquiry.
I agree. The stock tires on the 392 would likely fall apart at speeds that high. That's why FCA/Jeep has the speed limiter in place.I doubt any tuner/programmer company is going to hack the speed limiter for legal liability reasons, no one has hacked it for the regular JL's yet.
The amount of people who can't, or perhaps more accurately- won't, comprehend this is very worrisome. This is one of the reasons we could see an early end to the 392 run.I'm fairly sure that safety goes out the window at 99mph. And...the engine pushing it makes absolutely no difference whatsoever. Hopefully we won't see any 392s in the Cars & Coffee crash videos, but the good news is that the 392, with its ground clearance, will fair better than most when it jumps the curb after losing control.
BTW, this issue is likely one of the underlying reasons that Jeep resisted putting a V-8 into a Wrangler until Ford forced their hand. I love my Rubicon, but it is the world's worst platform for adding a heavy-hitter engine.
That is why I asked why one would want to mess with the governed speed.The amount of people who can't, or perhaps more accurately- won't, comprehend this is very worrisome. This is one of the reasons we could see an early end to the 392 run.