RUBICON 392 Edition JL Club Thread

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what wheels tires are you running
In that pic those were the stock 392 wheels and BFG act’s. I have since gone to 35x12.50 nitro ridge graps on oem wheels with spideryrax spacers
 

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She is coming along nicely imo!!! Love hearing her growl!

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I threw some 37s on with Mickey's and Methods (MR312).

I have the 2.5" Teraflex spacer kit and the Teraflex alpha HD tyre carrier with the Mopar rear door strength bracket.

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So I have to ask, how does it ride compared to stock? I have the 1.5 teraflex spacer kit and progressive bump stops that come with it that I am gonna put on. Also have the teraflex lca’s, links, and yeti tb.
 

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So I have to ask, how does it ride compared to stock? I have the 1.5 teraflex spacer kit and progressive bump stops that come with it that I am gonna put on. Also have the teraflex lca’s, links, and yeti tb.
The ride is excellent no steering vibration and I've been up to 70mph now and generally no issues.

I used the tazer lite to correct the Speedo as expected.

I used the bumpstop extensions from the kit which are just plastic blocks. I haven't been off-road yet but will go this weekend.
 

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The ride is excellent no steering vibration and I've been up to 70mph now and generally no issues.

I used the tazer lite to correct the Speedo as expected.

I used the bumpstop extensions from the kit which are just plastic blocks. I haven't been off-road yet but will go this weekend.
Got any other pics of it? I’m doing black Method 312’s. Yours looks killer!
 

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Welp. Put on 35s. Lost acceleration. Shifting is....not what it was.... somethings off with the gears perhaps? All I know is Im not liking the engine anymore. Most of the time when I floor it and get nada, zippo. It literally feels just like the normal v6. Does anyone elses 392 choose when to hemi and when not to? Did anyone else experience this after changing out the wheels and tires? Im so sad right now. Speedometer was calibrated.....

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Welp. Put on 35s. Lost acceleration. Shifting is....not what it was.... somethings off with the gears perhaps? All I know is Im not liking the engine anymore. Most of the time when I floor it and get nada, zippo. It literally feels just like the normal v6. Does anyone elses 392 choose when to hemi and when not to? Did anyone else experience this after changing out the wheels and tires? Im so sad right now. Speedometer was calibrated.....

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Did you use a tazer? I believe the trans shifting should be altered as well. Is MDS trying to keep you in 4 cylinder mode?
 

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Did you use a tazer? I believe the trans shifting should be altered as well. Is MDS trying to keep you in 4 cylinder mode?
Yes!!!! Thats it exactly. Its always in 4.
 

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I did not add a tazer or pedal comm yet.
 

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I suggest you invest in one or if the dealership can do the upgrade for bigger tires. Either will correct the speedometer for tire size and change trans shift points if I’m not mistaken. I believe the tazer guys were working on a software update to disable MDS but this is all I’ve read. I would assume this is correct since tazer creator has his own 392. I’ve got a tazer already for when my 392 gets here in the next few weeks. It’s already built but just currently shipping.
 
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