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post #141 of 158 Old 04-19-2019, 10:41 AM
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spark plugs - thermostat and CAI?
Who are you gonna use to tune it?
Yes thermostat...

Car has a legmaker Intake along with a full GT haus exhuast... and getting ARH headers to put on it...

HP tuners to tune it.....
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Catch can installed. Simple plug and play install and will be easy to service when needed.
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post #143 of 158 Old 04-23-2019, 08:25 AM
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  • Added Billet Tech Catch can in "Matte Titanium" color (More underhood dress up on the way).

  • Replaced a few of the TrackHawk / 2018 JGC shortcomings...
  • Replaced the horribly light & flimsy Cargo Floor with one from a 2017.
  • Installed Mac Tie Down Runners.
  • Added back in the Rechargeable Flashlight!

My 2018 has the metal bars on the cargo door which I hate as it makes my rubber matt just slide around.
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post #144 of 158 Old 04-23-2019, 08:47 AM
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My 2018 has the metal bars on the cargo door which I hate as it makes my rubber mat just slide around.
Strange, haven't seen a single TrackHawk with the bars, makes me wonder if the dealer swapped the floor out...

Maybe the original was damaged and they ordered the wrong replacement.

One of the early 2018 buyers (on another forum) had mentioned he was disappointed with the floor when he went to pick his up so his dealer let him swap his old floor into his new vehicle before taking delivery. Could definitely see that happening in reverse.

I definitely understand why those with the rubber mats prefer it without the bars. Slides work better for my uses though.

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I installed the Borla cat back S Type exhaust today. What a difference in sound, I love it.
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Shadow, please touch base in a few weeks about your thoughts. I’m looking hard at this one and I’ve always loved a V8 Borla sound. I’m hoping for slight changes at idle and throatier sounds at wot. Good luck 🍀 what style tips did you choose?
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Shadow, please touch base in a few weeks about your thoughts. I’m looking hard at this one and I’ve always loved a V8 Borla sound. I’m hoping for slight changes at idle and throatier sounds at wot. Good luck 🍀 what style tips did you choose?
For now I kept the factory tips, I love the deep V8 roar that I now have now. I was hesitant at first on installing an exhaust system, but now well worth it. This is the sound it should of had when I picked it up at the dealer. I feel good about this decision. I had nothing but compliments on the road today.
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For now I kept the factory tips, I love the deep V8 roar that I now have now. I was hesitant at first on installing an exhaust system, but now well worth it. This is the sound it should of had when I picked it up at the dealer. I feel good about this decision. I had nothing but compliments on the road today.
I'm considering as well as I had Borla on my SRT and loved it. No drone and a great sound. Can you upload a sound clip of the start up and the view from the rear with the factory tips for us?
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For now I kept the factory tips, I love the deep V8 roar that I now have now. I was hesitant at first on installing an exhaust system, but now well worth it. This is the sound it should of had when I picked it up at the dealer. I feel good about this decision. I had nothing but compliments on the road today.
I'm considering as well as I had Borla on my SRT and loved it. No drone and a great sound. Can you upload a sound clip of the start up and the view from the rear with the factory tips for us?
Yes, as soon as I get a chance. Sounds great. Factory tips look the same before and after install
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post #150 of 158 Old 04-25-2019, 01:33 PM
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Since I got mine 3 weeks ago....

Windows Tinted,
Added Upgraded Drop in Filter
Suitcase Deleted - love the sound right now! so does everyone else lol.... $200 cost and 100% not worth buying a full system for $1600 -- use that $ for something else.
Debadged GC both doors - left the supercharger badge for now.

On Order...
Eibach pro Lowering Springs -- ordered direct from Eibach
Sorona Rear wing... the one on the red jeep first picture ... painting Black to match the lower diffuser.
Painting the grill rings gloss black to get rid of whatever color jeep thought looked good from the factory.
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