Sorry didn't mean to derail the post - my Mustang is a 2016. Doing my homework, the specs are 435 hp, and 0-60 was 4.6 seconds according to MT. So in theory, the 392 Jeep beats both figures. I guess I will find out when I get it out of storage, and teach my wife or a friend how to use the launch controlWhat year Mustang do you have ?
18 and up Manual runs 12.6 s and auto 12.1 s in 1/4 mile, stock tire. Both in 11 with drag radials.
But now days you dont need to have a sports car to be fast, as wrangler joins increasing numbers of those vehicles.
Based on the doc @BCMgunner posted here https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...e-price-build-price-now-up.66888/post-14179403. Alternator, it says 220v stock, but if you have the tow package please list alternator specs. I got the tow package for the alternator 1st and hitch 2nd, would be a bummer if they didn't make that available on the 392 which is what it seems at this point.
We can only hope. I have to believe anyone who buys a 470hp Wrangler is not interested in the fuel mileage save, that comes with the penalty of reliability and complexity that the cylinder deactivation results in. At least that is my opinion.Does this mean it won't have cylinder deactivation? There are different lifters on the cylinders that can deactivate, but I'm not sure how different they are. I also know those special lifters are the weak points in the 6.4L.
I'm guessing, but from the Jeep video on the exhaust, it appears to be a valve near the back. I circled what I think it is.I am curious about the active exhaust. Is the active part of the system prior to the muffler? I see that pig and it's shiny tips being a problem off road.
It should at least give us a fighting chance, as long as the hood and doors are primered beneath. Also, aluminum on aluminum doesnt create a Galvanic Reaction.Was reading the Bubbles in Paint at Door Hinges thread and if it happens it happens but I would like to do everything to prevent this from happening, will this remedy the issue?
Curious as to what you plan to do if it's not primed underneath?It should at least give us a fighting chance, as long as the hood and doors are primered beneath. Also, aluminum on aluminum doesnt create a Galvanic Reaction.
Now, if FCA can save $1.00, initially, the new Wranglers are screwed, like the.rest of us.