Here's some pics of what's new from Mopar for Jeep Compass / Patriot. They also have Suspension upgrades available.
Mopar Cold Air Intake.
This bolt-on system is designed to direct cooler outside air through a directional cone filter and funnel it directly into the intake manifold. The Mopar performance cold air intake system provides noticeable horsepower and torque gains under varying atmospheric conditions. Includes all mounting hardware and a pre-oiled, washable and reusable filter. Install with the Cat-Back Exhaust System and Tubular Exhaust Headers for an over 10 hp gain (measured at wheels).
The Mopar cat-back exhaust system, features T304 2.25" stainless steel (aircraft quality) construction with mandrel-bent tubing, stainless band (Torca) clamps, and polished 3.125" dual wall tips. This free-flow system provides a horsepower and torque gain, improved fuel economy, and is CAD designed and dyno tested for optimal performance and sound. Install with the Tubular Exhaust Headers and Cold Air Intake System for an over 10 hp gain (measured at front wheels).
Bolt on this CAD designed and dyno tested Mopar performance tubular exhaust header to feel and hear the difference. Manufactured with heavy gauge powder coated tubing, this performance header features true mandrel bends and CNC machined fl anges for a factory-like fit. Install with the Cat-Back Exhaust System and Cold Air Intake System for an over 10 hp gain (measured at front wheels).
2007 Mopar Perf catalog lists Mopar Cold Air, Exhaust, and Header for Caliber, Compass, and Patriot.
Mopar perf header is listed for FWD vehicles only. It appears to be a Bolt on header. + OEM Manifold list only one p#?? So it may be that C-LLC hasn't test fit Mopar perf Header on AWD models yet??
Last edited by mca1977jpsnet; 08-08-2007 at 06:08 PM..
I'm sure it could be modified. A lot of people don't care to cut holes in a brand new fascia, But if your looking to build a "Sleeper" and don't want to loose grond clearance - I don't see why not. It's a matter of prefference.
Hey guys, I'm pretty new here. I've been a long time lurker, just never really posted anything. Anyway, as for the headers, I just got them installed yesterday, and it is a confirmed fit, did it myself. The instructions kind of confuse you but it's a pretty straight forward installation. The only difficult part of the Exhaust manifold is that it is on the back end of the engine, which was pretty hard to reach, but it can be done.
Didn't notice much of a noise change due to the fact that I have the K&N Cold Air and the Magnaflow Exhaust, but did notice a much deeper tone, which made the Compass sound like a mean machine. Do notice the speed and horsepower increase. Overall, a good piece f equipment.