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Old 01-16-2013, 05:58 PM
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On my logged 9.86 pass temp outside was 50. ambient was 68. After 1/2 shift it was 80. By 3/4 shift it was 120ish and almost 130 by 1/4.




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Damn, you need a more efficient intercooler. That's pretty warm especially for it being 50* outside. Imagine the IAT in 90+* weather.


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Damn, you need a more efficient intercooler. That's pretty warm especially for it being 50* outside. Imagine the IAT in 90+* weather.


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Why is my back window glass always dusty?
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Because of the way air flows over the jeep. It dives right down the back window.


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why are my new rotors grooved already...?
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What kind of rotors did you get?
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Why exactly do you need resistors when installing an LED turn signal? I understand that they're needed on switchbacks for the blinking, but what happens with a straight amber LED?
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What kind of rotors did you get?
I didn't the dealer replaced them with oe stuff on all 4 corners but my fronts are already getting groovy on me not even 4 weeks maybe 500-700 and they looked good until this week I was driving with my stereo off and heard them making noise during light application and the rear seem fine but the fronts are starting to grove a bit left side more than right, I wonder if the electronic stability may have something to do with it, in my cobalt I have turned all electronics off before driving since I can remember cause I hate the computer telling what I should feel I drive it slick mode and I never had any issues and that thing gets raped through every turn I can take goin hot and come out on fire, I enjoy my daily drive a lot , with the jeep I don't drive like that you know being about a ton heavier and all lol and only pushed the traction control button about twice once to see what it did and the other to try a get it on slick mode like my ss, but nothing happened it was the same just traction control off which was kinda desappointing so I never bothered touching it again makes me wonder if even though I'm holding back I'm still being to aggressive...
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I got this....umm....burning sensation in the lower region. What do you think it could be???
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