AccuTune Off-road 2.5" Stage 4 review

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Hi All,

Thought I'd post a brief review of the AccuTune Off-road 2.5" Stage 4 lift. I asked some questions about it initially, didn't get much response, and decided to take a gamble on it.

I'm glad I did - In short, it's AWESOME!

I purchased mine with the Fox 2.0 Remote Reservoir shocks with the LSC adjusters. These have been custom tuned by AccuTune for use with their springs.

The ride quality (on 35s) is great. It's more controlled than factory, more composed, and generally doesn't feel floaty. I've only got about 100 miles on it through varied terrain, but so far it's great.

It was too cold to play with the adjusters too much yesterday (4 degrees....), but some basic adjustments showed that they are certainly impactful. On my pot-hole laden roads, though, the jeep handled it like a champ. Wasn't bouncing around, just soaked it up and kept going. I found that I was blasting through known sections with a much higher velocity than previously.

Overall - I'm extremely happy with my choice. Can't wait to get this out on the trail.

Pics (please excuse the dirt)

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Looks great! Any measurements to front/rear fenders?
 
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Measurements (and pics for reference) attached. Looks to me like 43.25 front, 41.5 rear.

This is on 315/70-17 KO2s as well

I was too excited to take pics before the lift.. Doh!

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Beautiful Rubicon, thanks for sharing. I've actually never heard of AccuTune. Who did you purchase this kit from?
 

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Thanks for sharing! I've dealt with the Accutune guys and have nothing but good things to say.

The Fox LSC Adjusters are amazing and will impress anyone who uses them (even the RS9000 owners). Its basically another valve shim pack in the reservoir that gets tightened with the knob turns. It makes it so the internal shock valving can be valved MUCH softer for an even cushier ride.
 

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Were any modifications to the OEM fender liners needed due to the remote reservoir?
 

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on the rear's you need to notch the inner corner for the remote line to fit. It's the small part that you need to unbolt from the liner. I just use a pair of side cutters and knocked the corner off. I will get a picture later.
I have the Mopar lift. I put these shocks on. Now I ordered the springs. Way Nicer ride then the Mopar lift.
 
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