Is it me or is there a lag gas pedal to engine

SouthCo

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Haven't noticed it either (3.6, auto)...
 

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I test drove Wranglers with the Turbo, while they are quick, the turbo popping on and off each time I gave it a bit of gas was a bit annoying creating a feeling of lag. Not sure why the standard 6 would have a lag.
 

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If you guys want to experience real throttle lag, drive a 2006 Liberty CRD. Or any 2007 Liberty. I had an '06 CRD. The Wrangler is fine. Throttle-By-Wire has come a long way.
 
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I'm having a helluva time with response time of foot to gas pedal to engine. Thanks
If you open the hood, you’ll discover 214 dead (some cooked) halibut obstructing the path from your foot to the gas pedal to the engine.
 

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