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    Sluggish jeep

    My 2012 JK with 42's seems a little sluggish. It's geared with noice 3.73's but shuld I get someone to install some 4.10's?
    And no comments from you, Will Scarlet. If I wanted to search, I'd take it to 4WParts. I need specific answers to my unique set up.

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      #3
      Put every power adder you can on the engine. Supercharged, twin turbo, intercooled, fuel mapped with nitrous. That should get you where you need to be.

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        #4
        Searches for black text... nope. Not sure if serious.

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          #5
          Needs more light bars.
          Whenever there is doubt, there is no doubt.

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            #6
            Originally posted by ExWrench View Post
            Nice to see you again too.

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              #7
              Originally posted by KarlVP View Post
              fuel mapped with nitrous. That should get you where you need to be.
              I hear shooting the nitrous with no fuel is the hot setup.

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                #8
                I had the Motech 5.3 (mostly happy sauce, but enough fucked that I would not recommend ) the Avenger was not enough- and gutted interior on my own Frankenshite suspension. (Started as RK, but some of you know how that went.) Currently just here for the beer.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Coilrod View Post
                  My 2012 JK with 42's seems a little sluggish. It's geared with noice 3.73's but shuld I get someone to install some 4.10's?
                  And no comments from you, Will Scarlet. If I wanted to search, I'd take it to 4WParts. I need specific answers to my unique set up.
                  Needs purple street lights and an angry bird grill for aerodynamics.

                  Fuck off

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                    #10
                    If you're running less than 75 psi in the tires you're doing it rong. Bigger tires need more air to keep them more round so it rolls more faster.

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                      #11
                      Is nitrogen worth the extra $30?
                      i see a purple angry grill for $30 on EBay, can't decide.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Coilrod View Post

                        Nice to see you again too.
                        Don't blame you for bailing on JKO for the reasons you stated there,

                        . . . before the "JKO owners" (VS) committed website suicide . . .

                        . . . but glad to see you made it here



                        . . . finally, slacker


                        And k​​​​udos to snout for poking you with a stick

                        PLEASE BUY AMERICAN SO WE DON'T HAVE TO LEARN CHINESE
                        The 4th little pig made his house of reinforced concrete, with wolfskin rugs in every room

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                          #13
                          Helium filled tires will lighten your overall weight, unsprung weight, and rolling resistance. Should help you get off the stops and blister the on ramps.

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                            #14
                            Have you tried switching to Amsoil yet?

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