Did you notice a change/response when you dropped in the K&N filter? I just bought one for $66 bucks and was thinking about returning it to buy the 63 series K&N cold air intake. So, did you notice any changes like more power or better acceleration? I'm curious.
06' TJ, I-6 / Borla Cat-Back, Borla Headers / 31x10.5 BFG AT KO on AR 15x8 Mojave Teflon / 1" Daystar BL
Tough choice for me. It was either the HID heads and fogs, or the upholstery work inside the cabin. Just little touches. I liked the HIDs for their function, but loved the interior because it was a one of a kind deal (I think).
I am from Melbourne Aust. Did you put the Bilstein on std height WK or rised
Back shocks are easy what did you do with front IP suspension struts
I had my mechanic install all of them on my non-lifted Jeep. I could have done the rears, but I didn't want to deal with the fronts, so I just had him do all four. If I remember correctly, It was just under $500 total--about $300 for the shocks and about $180 in labor. Best money I've spent on any single mod! To me, the stock ride was too cushy/soft, and had too much body roll. I don't have any numbers, but to my eye, the Jeep looked like it was sitting about 1/2" taller or so, but I couldn't say for sure. The ride is definitley stiffer, but I don't think its harsh at all.
If you aren't happy about your ride quality, and you think it is too soft, then I highly recommend the Bilsteins! If you like the ride quality, but just want to elimiate some of the body roll, then I would just upgrade the anti-sway bars.
'06 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4X4 (26E), Steel Blue Metallic. 3.7, QTII Trail Rated, Factory Skids, Tow Package, RRO Rock Rails, 245-65-17 Bridgestone REVOS
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