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    New idle tune got it fixed now idles at 650-670.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rbv...g1B_9708w/view

    New issue just popped up Heater core leaking! All replacement options as just like the crap Jeep put in so going to just bypass it and deal with it come fall.
    2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
    ProRock XD60/80,68.5", front F450 brakes,5.38 gears and ARB's.
    5.3LS-6l80e, 3.8 Atlas
    40" Trail Grapplers on ATX Chamber pro's
    Suspension a work in progress...

  2. #62
    Been putting a few miles on getting the gears broke it.
    12th going to dealer for a alignment and with their system can check everything for square.
    Also have them check abs system, seems to brake fine but want to make sure the abs is bleed.
    Plus a air bag light.

    Friday will drive to Carmichael for a Dyno tune, then to TK1 racing for sway bar design.

    Then if Accutune has 2 more people needing a test and tune day on the 29th get the shocks dialed in.
    Its a little low in the rear and about right in front, maybe 1/2" higher which gives the C/O 5" up.
    Still debating running a spare...I'll remove for the Rubicon. That will offset the 300+- lbs of gear we load up.

    Making a 3/16" skid plate for the Atlas, haven't looked at the engine and trans yet. Wish someone made one that fit.

    Then make a Aluminum cover to make the floor flat where the rear seats used to be. TBD if it will be hinged or if it will have access doors for storage under it.

    Have to come up with a rear tower brace....

    Going to be fun in the twisties without swaybars...
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    2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
    ProRock XD60/80,68.5", front F450 brakes,5.38 gears and ARB's.
    5.3LS-6l80e, 3.8 Atlas
    40" Trail Grapplers on ATX Chamber pro's
    Suspension a work in progress...

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