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Just got back from TuneTime in Jersey.

352 Ft-Lb
339 HP

Truck is a completely different machine and since it's wet out I wasn't able to really get into it.

They but a thermostat, Arrington CAI, catch-can, as well as Magnaflow catback.

Like a different truck all over again!

BTW - Upon their recommendation I went with Magnaflow and couldn't be happier. It's got a mellow tone much like stock but deeper and under some throttle it sounds beautiful!

Can't wait for some dry pavement now.

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So got somewhat dry roads to play with and couldn't be happier. The truck pulls real hard now. Seems night and day vs the canned tune I had. The exhaust is nice under a heavy foot too.

I know there are ways to make these trucks even faster but for a non-track guy these are simply impressive.

Time to start researching lights and other cosmetic mods.
 

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Anyone know how that compares to completely stock numbers?
Personally I have no clue, but this morning I found a nice empty road and a stop light. First time I really laid into the truck and all I can say is I was ear to ear grinning talking to myself for a good minute or two.

My face felt weird and I let off at about 70... haha :eek:
 

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Anyone know how that compares to completely stock numbers?

Its really hard to compare his stock numbers to another jeep as they could be totally different on another Dyno. Best comparison would be to do pulls on the same Dyno on the same day. Because my stock numbers were 355HP/357TQ on an AWD Dynojet.
 
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