My concern exactly. That air filter setup is just begging to hydrolock the engine if you hit any water or deep mud whatsoever.Why didn't you guys incorporate the stock airbox? Nobody wants those exposed filters.
Agree - very fun to drive - I think most aftermarket CAI setups are prone to water unless you have a completely sealed box which kind of defeats the purpose of air flowMy concern exactly. That air filter setup is just begging to hydrolock the engine if you hit any water or deep mud whatsoever.
For the folks asking, this kit should put down around 335 HP to the wheels. I would still like to see actual dyno results though.
335 RWHP on a 4,300 lb. Jeep with the gearing of the 8-speed auto and 4.10 axle gears would be a very very fun combination. A 4x4, convertible, and hot rod rolled up into one. Hmm... makes me actually consider selling the Mach 1...
We listed the full MSRP on our site. However, like anything, people often pay less through a dealer/distributor.What’s the price tag???
I set the tunes up for normal 91-93 pump gas. Since we have systems sent all over the world, gotta make sure its durable on the fuel commonly available. Here in KC were we are based out of, we only have 93 in a couple rare stations. Our 91 in winter is much like "Cali" fuel, however in summer our 91 isn't to bad.What amount boost is this set up running? Will you need to run 94 octane with this system? Also what is the effective compression ratio with your system? For me I would be really worried about detonation being that the 3.6 has fairly high static compression.
This inlet is the same as our JK system, and haven't had anyone have an issue. Again most that are offroading hardcore install a "pre" filter cover that helps keep sand and stuff out. And a few guys have made their own "snorkel" that attaches to the inlet tube, but thats been rare. (like 2 guys that I have seen)Agree - very fun to drive - I think most aftermarket CAI setups are prone to water unless you have a completely sealed box which kind of defeats the purpose of air flow
Exactly!Holy crap, 345whp on a Mustang dyno is a lot of power for a vehicle like this. I imagine a 93 octane tune would grab a few more HP too. It's all so linear as well, nice job! This set up would be so fun on an AWD JL since you'd benefit from the extra traction.