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Old 07-24-2009, 09:47 AM
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Re: Good modifications for a 3.7??

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OMG people enough with the 3.7 bashing. This thread is about good mods for a 3.7. I have a 3.7 and I could have easy got a 4.7 or HEMI for a like 2k more or got a used 5.7 for less than what I paid, or even a used 6.1 for 30k Yes at times I do wish I got the 5.7 but I'm happy with my 3.7 and the limited's features I have which I'd rather have than a faster engine. Everyone knows a 3.7 will never be as fast as a HEMI. I think he just want's know what will put hin a step above stock 3.7's and give him a little more pep. Please don't take this out of context. I don't mean to come off rude or anything but some of you guys gotta chill... We all come here for the same reasons which is our love for jeeps (in Dylans case to be the token village idiot) LOL J/K so lets focus on that...
Well put. Hemi= Smaller Dicks

They need to make up for it somehow.
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Old 07-24-2009, 09:51 AM
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I have the turbo series on my Wk and had that on my XJ as well.

If you guys made a trip up here, half way here you would be like "this better be good" on the way back its going to be like music to your ears the entire way home, no radio.
Any sound clips sir?
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Old 07-24-2009, 09:53 AM
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Re: Good modifications for a 3.7??

Hold.

---------- Post added at 10:53 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:52 AM ----------

Sorry for the crappy vids, my little point and shoot does not take very good video, too mush wind distortion.

Obv this is on a 4.7.




the 3.7 will still sounds great because of its V setup they sounds like a lighter tone of a v8. The inline 6 always had a sound of its own.

Also if you have a resonator that can be removed it will seriously make a huge difference.
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Re: Good modifications for a 3.7??

Sounds preety... 180 only?

I wonder if there are any shops elvis can suggest around NY, but then again. NY'ers are thieves haha
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Re: Good modifications for a 3.7??

It was $180 for the side exhaust, like i said it would be more to do a setup out the back cause there is alot more bending and welding that needs to be done.
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Re: Good modifications for a 3.7??

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the 3.7 will still sounds great because of its V setup they sounds like a lighter tone of a v8. The inline 6 always had a sound of its own.

Also if you have a resonator that can be removed it will seriously make a huge difference.
No resonator on 3.7L Exhaust.

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Well put. Hemi= Smaller Dicks

They need to make up for it somehow.
Heh, I said this a few months ago.

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OMG people enough with the 3.7 bashing.
Agreed. I thought we were supposed to leave this with StreetJeeps? Oh and see my signature.

To make this thread short, throw an intake which completely scraps the resonator, a nice exhaust and enjoy your Jeep. Makes a hell of a difference. So much of a difference, there's hardly a (around town) difference between the 3.7L and 4.7L. Highway is a different story though.
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It was $180 for the side exhaust, like i said it would be more to do a setup out the back cause there is alot more bending and welding that needs to be done.
I highly suggest buying a used SRT exhaust and having it modded to your liking. The bends that are needed to go over the suspension are difficult to achieve and expensive for a shop to do custom. Your in the NE Kyle....there are all kinds of SRT's there to scavenge on their take off exhausts. I bought my second SRT exhaust from Don at Champoin Jeep for $100, new take off and he delivered it to my house.....LOL. Just a suggestion when you go for the rear exit like you plan---
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