Well if stickers add 10HP then chrome has to add at least 20HP.
Chrome plating is actually heavier than performance stickers, therefore it adds weight, hindering your 0-60 times, MPG, and the size of tire you can put on your stock height Grand Cherokee (ZJ or WJ), unless you have a Budget Boost, in which case you should contact Kevin @ kevinsoffroad.com, who would then kindly redirect you to Kolak, who could in turn sell you a performance exhaust system to recoup some of the perfomance lost by your chrome tip.
There, that should just about cover it.
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both of you are wrong..... after all of that you have to get some of them twin bladed wiper blades that have the 'spoiler' on them to reduce the windshield drag that the chrome tip creates when it pulls the back of the jeep down from said weight.....unless you have air bags in your rear springs........
I am not one to be changing lanes at 70 mph on a lifted truck on 33's, but since I am in Miami, I have to be prepared for the continuous influx of new drivers whose previous ride was a bicycle with wooden wheels.
if you do decide to do it please make sure you have your pipe tucked up so you cant see the first 6" shiny and then the rest of the rusty part. it will save you many a laughs from coming in your direction.
Got to love an ORVIS guy...
IRO 5.5", Front LA & Double Sheer TB, Rear Adj SA and TB, JKS Quick Discos, Bilstein 5125, 265/75/16 Nitto Terra's, Cragar 16x& Soft 8s 4" bs
JCR Stage 2 Sliders, IRO Trans Skid, Carolina Drive shaft, IRO exhaust