Okay, so I'll go a bit more in-depth to explain my rationale behind the proposed project.
I am a sales professional (medical) so I drive...A LOT. On avg. 30K-40K miles a year which means I'm a professional at running vehicles into the ground - It's a consequence of the job. It's also why my 2011 has 125K miles on it in 4 years.
That being said, here's the work I have done on her to date:
2011 Overland w/ Brembo's and Plenty More...
Basically I retrofitted Brembos, Slotted/drilled rotors, a CAI, sharkfin, LED, etc. I also own her free and clear and I like not having a car payment - which brings me to my current situation:
Since the engine is trashed I have several options:
Option A: Have the stealership put the oil pan back on and drive her until she won't drive anymore. (Cheapest option but not very smart).
Option B: Have the stealership put the oil pan back on and trade her into an unsuspecting dealer and come out of pocket at least 20K for a newer Jeep (most likely still used for same quality level) and hope they don't catch the engine knocking before accepting the trade and give me the 20K'ish that KBB says it's worth. (My ethics and values system won't let me do this).
Option C: Have them replace the broken engine parts at about a 4K cost with no warranty on what they fixed.
Option D: Have them drop in a new 5.7L Hemi w/ a factory Chrysler 100K powertrain warranty at a cost of $9100.
Option E: Since I'm already leaning toward the 9K new engine, why not get a factory 100K powertrain warranty and a much more fun vehicle to drive with a "stealth" 6.4L and still enjoy my truck for another 100-150K miles before turning it into the family "3rd/Backup Vehicle"?
Since those are my options - now you can see why I'm leaning toward Option E if we can make it work without spending TOO MUCH more. So - if no one makes a package to do this - who can help me figure out what all components we would need to replace to make this work?
Thanks in advance to everyone for your help - this should be fun!