going to the track a lot would be the only way to tell.Just wondering what you've noticed and when did it become the strongest?
how did this illiterate become a moderator? this forum has gone to absolute crap... to whatever 15 year old Thai or middle eastern kid who runs this thing. boo.
modern engines gaining more power at 20k miles? absolutely ridiculous. you guys are clueless.
Over the years all my higher end performance cars have "seemed" to "peak" between 15 and 20 thousands miles. Or at least that's when I've seen my best times. I'm not sure how much of that is the engine (and/or entire drive train) getting loosened up or that I've learned how to get the most out of the particular car, or maybe both. Also, modern cars seem to be able to hold that peak performance to at least 50 to 60k miles. I can't say much after that since that's about as long as I'll keep them. But I'm sure as some point performance will start to fall off.Gaining little power after X amount of miles has been proven over and over on about every car forum around...I have read many times magazines doing long term tests report 0-60 times improving as miles are racked up (to a point). I have also experienced this myself. Most modern engines are built tight and will loosen up somewhat over time.
Agreed with TNCHARGER and CAR-GUY. I've worked on staff at car magazines that have had new cars from brand new miles to 30k miles, for long term evaluations. The GM small-blocks, in particular, got better around the 15-20k mark. We proved it time and again with actual instrumented track testing, at the same track, and with the same driver, as when doing the tests originally. I also corroborated it with several GM Powertrain engineers, back in those days (1990s-2000s.)Not sure if you are a dick or just trying to be funny?
Gaining little power after X amount of miles has been proven over and over on about every car forum around...I have read many times magazines doing long term tests report 0-60 times improving as miles are racked up (to a point). I have also experienced this myself. Most modern engines are built tight and will loosen up somewhat over time.
honestly if something is gonna brake it would of broke already. I personally never understood the warranty thing maybe I never needed it not sure. Whats gonna brake or go bad all the sudden? I know you have had yours awhile.^^^ this guy 🤪 I’m fighting the urge sooooooo bad. Trying soo hard to hold onto the warranty for another year
LMAO, I know your pains. that def makes sense, also good for you being smart about it.Well personally, I’ve got landscaping to be done, a pool to be repaired, etc and apparently they need to build a new monument to education every six months in my property tax zone. I modified my Evo after a year without concern but I had the cash for whatever might go wrong, not in the same position anymore. Maybe I’m using the warranty as a crutch to prevent me from dropping another 10k on this jeep.
If anyone out there wants to adopt a 40 year old with a car part addiction, please let me know.......
That comment just made my mind for me, going to a local tunner to order some work on my TH, let that beast out of the cage!!!you wanna hear something crazy? sunday I talked to a lady about training my puppy. well got a call today she died yesterday. I didnt ask why-how etc but F that live life today you might not be here tomorrow. Mod that beast if thats what you want.
I agree Emericr 5K miles if you needed work it would show. I ordered my 1025 kit at 427 miles and installed it just over 1000. I have over 3000 on it now and so much more fun to me. this junk cost way to much (for me at least) to not enjoy it 1000%