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Hey all. First Jeep, first post on this board. I just picked up this 2014 Limited 4x4 last month and so far it's been a blast. Coming from a BMW 335i, it's quite liberating to not have to worry about that gutter at the end of the driveway anymore. I've slapped an Airaid CAI in and have a XenonDepot kit on order, so a bunch of little mods are underway.

 

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Nice Jeep, nice picture. I'm gonna guess some mangroves of south Florida, The Keys? ( if it's North Dakota...well, it's frikn' early)
Just off of the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.

Nah, I'm kidding- it's the mangrove marshes around Ponce Inlet, Florida. You were pretty close. :thumbsup:

Nice pic. Certainly has something of an Instagram look to it?????

Makes me pine for red.....,
In the biz we call it "the matte look." Pulls from old chemical processes and other nostalgic and impractical elements. It's fun to do though. And yea, this Jeep is a real headscratcher for me as I've historically avoided SUVs and also red cars. Now I've got both and wouldn't change a damn thing!

Looks sharp! Congratulations.


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Thank ye. Cheers!
 

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Congrats on the Jeep and WELCOME!
 

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Hi,
It sounds like you had the capacitor polarity hooked up backwards. Please give me a call tomorrow so we can get this taken care of. Take a look at the instruction guide that came with the kit for polarity instructions.

Steve
 

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Great pictures! :) I am considering the red for my next JGC, but have not had one since the 1973 Charger in the mid-1970's. Also considering blue or the steel gray.
 

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That's a beautiful picture, how exactly did you take it? And what post processing was involved?
Thanks! It's pretty simple- it's one 30 second exposure with a bit of light painting on the Jeep with a Maglite and a pop-up diffuser. Shooting at high ISO increases the detail in the sky, but makes the exposure on the Jeep a bit tough because it's then much easier to overexpose. Lots of trial and error here.

For post processing, just distortion correction, toning, cloning, and tweaking.

Wow what a picture is all i have to say!
Thanks!
 
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