Re: Vehicle maintenance/ preventitive maintenance
exhaust, and a ported throttle body are what most folks on here have had success with. as far as regular maintenance, you've got it pretty much wrapped up. Make sure your tires are inflated where they should be and that you're up to date with the recommendations in your service manual. Other than that, MPG's aren't going to get much better.
If you have a lot of crap laying around inside your Jeep...get rid of it! Less weight is always good.
Tony-13 JKU Sahara
, Black. LED white fender lights & signals, JW Speaker LED heads and fogs and tails, LED windshield and rear bumper lights, retrofit Homelink GD opener, LED interior lighting, shorty antenna, weathertech liners, Drake gas filler. 67 Designs phone mount, Rugged Ridge hood catches, dead pedal, ventshades, rampage windshield tie down & stops, solid stainless lugs, 20% front tint, sill guards, FMF spare delete kit, OffRoadHeros cargo top, K&N FIPK intake, Smittybilt Molle roll bar covers, and lots of carbon fiber hydrographics. ToDo list: programmer, exhaust, and a bunch of other stuff.
15 Cherokee KL
Latitude Edition with cold weather package. Bone stock.
: 99 TJ Sport, 98 XJ Sport, 04 WJ Limited, 06 WK Laredo, 09 KK Liberty