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Old 07-25-2014, 06:12 AM
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In other news.... She is finally lowered. Now just to wait a week or two to see how the springs settle.
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Old 07-25-2014, 06:24 AM
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

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In other news.... She is finally lowered. Now just to wait a week or two to see how the springs settle.

Now you gotta be extra careful not to scrape that beautiful front bumper bro. I'm sure she just hugs the pavement with almost no roll on turns now huh?


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Old 07-25-2014, 06:30 AM
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Now you gotta be extra careful not to scrape that beautiful front bumper bro. I'm sure she just hugs the pavement with almost no roll on turns now huh?


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Old 07-25-2014, 06:41 AM
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

Nice eeeeeeeeeee great look bro!
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Old 07-28-2014, 05:55 AM
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

Havnt been on here much lately but here is a few recent pics. Also waiting on some new parts to get here.
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Old 07-28-2014, 06:15 AM
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Havnt been on here much lately but here is a few recent pics. Also waiting on some new parts to get here.
*all squinty eyed* ....new parts.....
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Old 07-28-2014, 09:29 PM
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

This is for you guys running the Aeroforce Interceptor gauges that run off the OBDII port. One complaint that I had was when I needed to data log or clear a CEL I had to unplug my gauges which in turn lost the display. So this was my solution... I bought an OBDII port splitter cable. I plugged the female end into the factory OBDII port which I unclipped from the panel and pushed it behind the kick panel. One of the splitter ends I then ran to where the OEM plug was, the other I kept behind the steering column panel and plugged my gauges into. So now I am able to run both my gauges and data log/clear codes at the same time. Total cost was around $20 and 10min of my time. Looks factory now. Hope this helps anyone running these gauges.

In the last photos you can see I'm now able to run my tuner for logging and still have working gauges
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Old 07-28-2014, 09:41 PM
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This is for you guys running the Aeroforce Interceptor gauges that run off the OBDII port. One complaint that I had was when I needed to data log or clear a CEL I had to unplug my gauges which in turn lost the display. So this was my solution... I bought an OBDII port splitter cable. I plugged the female end into the factory OBDII port which I unclipped from the panel and pushed it behind the kick panel. One of the splitter ends I then ran to where the OEM plug was, the other I kept behind the steering column panel and plugged my gauges into. So now I am able to run both my gauges and data log/clear codes at the same time. Total cost was around $20 and 10min of my time. Looks factory now. Hope this helps anyone running these gauges.

In the last photos you can see I'm now able to run my tuner for logging and still have working gauges
Nice bro
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Old 07-28-2014, 10:30 PM
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

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This is for you guys running the Aeroforce Interceptor gauges that run off the OBDII port. One complaint that I had was when I needed to data log or clear a CEL I had to unplug my gauges which in turn lost the display. So this was my solution... I bought an OBDII port splitter cable. I plugged the female end into the factory OBDII port which I unclipped from the panel and pushed it behind the kick panel. One of the splitter ends I then ran to where the OEM plug was, the other I kept behind the steering column panel and plugged my gauges into. So now I am able to run both my gauges and data log/clear codes at the same time. Total cost was around $20 and 10min of my time. Looks factory now. Hope this helps anyone running these gauges.

In the last photos you can see I'm now able to run my tuner for logging and still have working gauges
Dude what's ever that shit is wow. Amazing stuff
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Old 07-28-2014, 10:33 PM
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Dude what's ever that shit is wow. Amazing stuff
i know what it is lol....I was looking at it when I was in Iraq, just never pulled the trigger
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Re: Jeepfreak's SRT build

I seriously need a class on all this knowledge
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Old 07-28-2014, 10:39 PM
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I seriously need a class on all this knowledge
anytime bro, just not now, I gotta head back to work
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