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Gsm spacer installed.

A huge thank you to Cmn1 for helping me with the install. I would not have have been able to do this mod without his help. Talk about a clean Jeep, his looks like it just came off the showroom floor.

Is there supposed to be a noticable difference with this mod??

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A huge thank you to Cmn1 for helping me with the install. I would not have have been able to do this mod without his help. Talk about a clean Jeep, his looks like it just came off the showroom floor.

Is there supposed to be a noticable difference with this mod??

Its slows the heatsoak down to the manifold, it will make you more consistent when you run it. Did mine 12.6's all around!

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A huge thank you to Cmn1 for helping me with the install. I would not have have been able to do this mod without his help. Talk about a clean Jeep, his looks like it just came off the showroom floor.

Is there supposed to be a noticable difference with this mod??
In high heat conditions, it helps reduces heat soak of the intake-which in turn preserves power. Under these conditions, it should respond better. Is it like puttin a cam in--NO! None the less-for the money,it's a good mod.

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In high heat conditions, it helps reduces heat soak of the intake-which in turn preserves power. Under these conditions, it should respond better. Is it like puttin a cam in--NO! None the less-for the money,it's a good mod.

Agreed! For the money its worth it.
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Good to hear. I am going to try to hit the track again sometime this week. Hopefully it wont rain again this time around.
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Good to hear. I am going to try to hit the track again sometime this week. Hopefully it wont rain again this time around.

Thats where your going to see the gains of this mod.
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A huge thank you to Cmn1 for helping me with the install. I would not have have been able to do this mod without his help. Talk about a clean Jeep, his looks like it just came off the showroom floor.

Is there supposed to be a noticeable difference with this mod??
You are welcome. It was nice to meet a fellow GCSRT8 person. Good luck at the track.

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How did the Navi hack disc work for ya??
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I didn't put it in yet. Wanted to make a duplicate like you had said to do.
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The first time you install it, I believe it will ask you if you want to upgrade to the newer version. After you push enter make sure you don't turn the Jeep off until after the software is updated.
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