Hey all. I bought mine in Dec, a 2010. I know a few guys from my 300 forum have Jeeps as well. The few GCSRT8s I have seen in Edmonton usually wave when I wave which I dig, but usually what happens is I am driving my work vehicle when I see fellow Jeep owners and they look at me with bewilderment as I wave at them from a city vehicle and they are like wtf is this fat guy waving at me for
I would be up for a meet as well. I'm really looking for someone local with Borla exhaust installed. I had Borlas on my mustang and my 300 and love the sound, but I heard from an exhaust shop that they replace more Borlas than anything. I am curious...
Anyway hopefully we get a few more guys on here and meet up sometime. Evenings during the week work best for me...
DO NOT GET A DYNO TUNE FROM DALE ADAMS. Firstly they don't do their own tunes. They will send out for an e-mail tune and middle man the ____ out of you. I was charged 600 odd bucks for a "tune". When I sent this tune to johan it turned out to be a canned tune from the predator. To D/A's credit the rest of the work has held up nicely but I do feel I was overcharged. I attached the invoice, note the stuff in Red.. I screamed at them and saved myself a few bucks. It should also be noted that this work took almost 7 days longer than quoted. I really felt there was some shadyness on their part.
Procharged D-1 @ 8 psi, SHR trans, Wavetrac rear diff, Converter,PWR Cam, kooks headers, borla exhaust, fore innovations hat, cf from black ops and dual projector headlights/Fogs from DC Customs
Last edited by Tim H Calgary; 07-18-2012 at 04:21 PM.
On an unrelated note. I know some Calgary guys are planning a track day at some point this summer. If you boys do something maybe we could all meet up?(briefly put aside our hockey related differences) lol.
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