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I think it says 3.92

You can just BARELY see what looks to be a period after the 3. Wondering if this is going the inline 6 rumors were talking about.
 
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I think it says 3.92

You can just BARELY see what looks to be a period after the 3. Wondering if this is going the inline 6 rumors were talking about.
I don’t understand why they’d develop a completely new engine when they could slap the preexisting 392 in there and everyone would be happy.
 

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I don’t understand why they’d develop a completely new engine when they could slap the preexisting 392 in there and everyone would be happy.
A bunch of the automakers, FCA included have been working on new i6's for awhile now. They're cheaper to make than v6's, use less parts and generally have more torque.
 

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My guess is it’ll be a $9000 option. Very cool if it comes to fruition.
 

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They need something to counter the SVT Bronco Warthog with a 400Hp turbo V6 (from the Lincoln Aviator).

Easiest way is a Hemi as it's readily available and cheap to build. FCA has nothing else between current engines in Wrangler and the 392 in current production.
 
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