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Hello all , new member to this forum but not to the Jeep SRT forum.
From Austin, Texas and have a love for fast Jeeps.
Thought I would share the latest quote on the TrackHawk upgrades and get your opinions, that real do matter.

1 ZDT TrackHawk Attack Pack: Stage 1, 15-16lbs (Kooks
LT Headers, Kooks Green Catted Mid Pipes, Solo
Exhaust, PCM, PCM Interface, Custom Dyno Tune,
Overdriven Damper, Gates Belt, Vented Oil Catch Can,
Low Temp Stat, FIC 1000’s, installation)

2 ZDT TrackHawk Attack Pack: Stage 2, 17-18lbs (2.75
Upper Pulley, Crank Pin Kit, BW Idler Pulley Kit, Different
Gates Belt, Installation)

Thanks all, (Bullet- the given name of the TrackHawk)
 

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I have not pulled the trigger on the add-ons as of yet but I am going with an all stock TrackHawk to the track Friday eve.
I have 300 miles and should be at full power when I run.
But new/tight engine so not too optimistic, maybe low 12's....
 

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ive been told by a few tuners that that 2.75 makes a lot more heat and not efficient any more
 
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ive been told by a few tuners that that 2.75 makes a lot more heat and not efficient any more
You are correct on that one. If it was an all out 1/4 or 1/8 mile only vehicle the 2.75 and lower are great but for street use they only create more heat and then the blower becomes very inefficient and does more harm than good.
 
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