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Old 06-19-2013, 01:37 AM
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Re: It was a day to MOD (picture intensive)

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...i have the chrome K&n and its louder than the one you have.
That's hard for me to believe. Check out WOT @ 2:20.

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Old 06-19-2013, 04:31 AM
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That's hard for me to believe. Check out WOT @ 2:20.

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I say it sounds perfect!
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Old 06-19-2013, 06:06 AM
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Sounds great, Im glad I got my CAI It adds to the Hemi experience that's for sure. I put mine on with 62miles on Odometer lol.
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Re: It was a day to MOD (picture intensive)

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Intakes can get annoying at times i have the chrome
K&n and its louder than the one you have. You will get use to it.. Enjoy
Can anyone tell me how to install "coffee can" exhaust outlets on my $50K+ Summit? My neighbor has a really cool one on his '87 Civic.
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:16 AM
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Can anyone tell me how to install "coffee can" exhaust outlets on my $50K+ Summit? My neighbor has a really cool one on his '87 Civic.
C'mon, people. I've been lurking on this forum now for several months before I bought my Jeep and one of the reasons I've enjoyed it so much has been the distinct lack of the typical immaturity on other forums I've been on. This is #2 on this particular thread.

If there's something you don't like about a particular person's thread, there's other ways to handle it, up to and including ignoring it. This approach might also work well in other areas of your life when you can't use the anonymity of the Internet to hide behind.

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Old 06-20-2013, 12:52 PM
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Re: It was a day to MOD (picture intensive)

Good work Tony - it's your vehicle, you can do whatever you want with it. I like your mute button mount idea, shame you nicked the silver.
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Re: It was a day to MOD (picture intensive)

Thanks Tony for posting the video and sharing your ideas, like lankness said it's your vehicle you do as you please.

The phone mount seems to be pretty stable I was watching it and didn't see any shaking going on.
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Thanks! I like having the phone mounted up high where I can glance at it without taking my eyes off the road. I also listen to a lot of Pandora and other streaming music and like having artist and song info where I can see it. I also like having it charge while I drive.

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The phones do a much better Job with Live Traffic as well.

The only reason I bought Nav was to get the HD Radio. I could care less about the built in Nav and it has let me down several times when the phone worked perfectly. It can be fairly slow on start up too.

I just need to get the phone mounted and have the same complaint about the ProClip options.

I don't stream music. But I want it up their as the a better Nav option.

I also like using internet to find an address of something and then just click it and go.

I also like have addresses in their BEFORE I go out to car.

Tons of reasons the Phone is better than any car option for Nav.
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Why even bother with all of this crap with only the V6 under the hood? Hopefully a CUV won't call you out at a traffic light.
Do you even have a Grand Cherokee?
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Sounds great! Thanks for sharing.
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