Yesterday I spent the entire day working on some mods for the Jeep. Stainless Mopar pedals, K&N intake, Weathertech window visors, hardwired cell phone and radar detector mount, and Rugged Ridge floor liners and Weathertech cargo liner.
Here's the pedals. The brake pedal was a serious PITA to install. I had to use a heat gun and various pry tools and it took me over a half hour and there were lots of cuss words. They look great though. And I love the Rugged Ridge floor mats (they smell kinda funny though, which I'm sure will fade over time.)
K&N intake system 77-1560KTK. K&N hadn't even test fit this on the 2014 model yet but I took a chance and it fit like a glove. It sounds a little louder than stock just driving around town in ECO mode, but put your foot in it and it screams. Definitely not for those people who enjoy a quiet engine. Took about 90 minutes to install.
Weathertech window deflectors.
Hardwired cell phone mount. I used a Pro Fit International UL-242BG Ultimount V2 universal mount which is the what you see attached to the dash. I then used a ProClip USA charging mount specific for my Samsung Epic 4G and ran the wire down the side the of the gauges, where I tapped into the cigarette lighter wire.
This is a Blendmount attachment for my Escort 9500ix radar detector. I used a SmartCard to provide power.
The small black button under the shifter is the mute button for the radar detector. I modified the remote for the SmartCord to fit under the shifter bezel and have the button sticking up through it so I can mute the detector.
Here's the two together:
Passenger side Rugged Ridge floor mat. It only has one hole for the hook that holds it down, and it's in the wrong place (the Jeep has two hooks, one on each side). But the fit is so good it's not going anywhere anyway.
The rear Rugged Ridge floor mat:
The rear Weathertech cargo liner. I still need to use a heat gun and form the front edge since it's a little deformed. It still hasn't laid down all the way yet but it seems to fit really well and doesn't move around.