Hey Kevin, if you see this, I’d like to know who in Colorado did the work on your jeep ? I’m looking into getting a turbo kit for my wk1 and I’m having a hard time finding a good shop that works on Mopar.Hey CrazyBob,
It also depends on where you live. I live in Colorado, elevation 5,800 at the track (Bandimere) and 6,100 at my house.
I have 2008 (120,000 miles) with D1 Procharger, 3.2 pulley, and upgraded injectors (those are the major changes). All else is stock.
I initially started out using Diablo to tune, but last year moved to HPTuners (best decision). I am current running exactly 9 psi on track tune running 104 octane race fuel and have had zero issues.
At this elevation, dyno'd at 570 to all wheels. Calculating about a 20% AWD power loss (this is pretty normal), it is putting out 710+ at the crank.
I can't really go any further without making major modifications/upgrades to trans, T/C, etc. If I was at a lower elevation this would be quite disastrous to the rig without a different tune.
Here they can be tuned a little higher because of the lack of oxygen. I'm sure I could push 10+ but then have to rebuild the engine, etc. soon thereafter.