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  1. Functional Mojave hood scoop

    Like many other projects, I am driven by my OCD. I have wished the Mojave hood scoop was functional and I have scanned my hood and engine bay to begin the design process. My current plan is to design a duct to tie the hood scoop into the factory air box. Will it create more power? Probably not...
  2. Upgraded Comfort without sacrificing safety>> Recaro Seats with airbags

    From Day 1, I never loved the factory Gladiator seats, I have gone back and forth regarding airbags and ultimately decided to get aftermarket seats with side airbags. I finally got some time to install my Recaro Ergomed ES SAB seats. Airbags + Electric + comfort = Heaven. I am approaching the...
  3. Selec-Trac Transfer Case Swap - Myth Busted

    There have been many questions, rumors, and opinions on whether or not the Selec-Trac transfer case could be swapped into a part-time configured Jeep. I set out to answer the question. Initially, I thought I could swap the transmission wiring harness, the Transfer case control module and...
  4. Minnesota AWE Trail Exhaust $475

    Trail Exhaust for sale $475 + shipping (if not local). Exhaust was used for about 8k miles. There are no issues, dents or rust. I decided to return the Gladiator to whisper mode. The growl was amazing but ended up being more noticeable than I wanted.
  5. ACC (Adaptive Cruise) Retrofit >> Underway, PSA

    It seems my OCD and my curiosity have me retrofitting a bunch of stuff to my Gladiator (Paddle Shift Steering wheel, Selec-Trac, and now ACC). There have been several posts questioning whether the adaptive cruise can be added after purchase. It seems it can. But it is definitely better to buy...
  6. Selec-Trac Swap >> In progress

    I have a 2020 Gladiator and as soon as Jeep announced the 2021 Selec-Trac I was bummed. By that point I had my Jeep supercharged and have since add many other modifications. I have investigated trading but I have found nothing that has made sense. So I am deep into a transfer case swap. So...
  7. Aftermarket Seats?

    I have searched for posts for others who have swapped seats both here and the JL forums and haven't found much. I haven't been a fan of the Gladiator seats from initial ownership. The shortness of the seat, the flatness of the seat, and the angle all come together to create for a poor driving...
  8. Regaeared 3.73 to 4.56 with 35s

    I have been running 33s on my Gladiator (with a supercharger) and have found it to be ok, I haven't wanted for more, per se. I installed 35s recently and I was surprised at how similarly the Gladiator performed (6.7s 0-60). It's not a race car but 0-60 is a nice comparative metric. On the...
  9. 392 Steering Wheel Retrofit

    I have been contemplating retrofitting the Mojave steering wheel for a while since it is much thicker. Additionally, I have wanted paddle shifters since first purchasing the Jeep to augment the tuned shift points for towing or other purposes. The paddle shifters are more to fulfill a habit than...
  10. Minnesota 33" Goodyear Duratracs on 18" Overland Wheels

    Four 18" Jeep Gladiator wheels and 33" Goodyear Duratrac tires (275/70 18). Tires have about 12,000 miles and wheels have 17,000 miles. Includes factory TPMS sensors. All tires are properly balanced and hold air. Wheels are in perfect shape. Asking $1,400
  11. Minnesota Sold: Hamburger Supercharger Kit - Price Drop $3,250

    For sale >> Hamburger stage 1 supercharger kit with about 12,000 miles. There is nothing wrong with the supercharger, I removed the kit to install a different style supercharger to better suit my needs. The kit comes with new spark plugs, new filter, and new traction fluid. All you will need is...
  12. Switching from Hamburgers to Magnuson

    I hope this post doesn't pour gas on the fire, it is not the intention. I have had my Gladiator for about a year and a half and supercharged most of that time. When I made the decision to go Hamburgers it was because of the driveability issues shared by owners of the Magnuson kit. Ever since...
  13. Customizing the Oracle flush mount lights.

    I am one of the early adopters of the Oracle flush mount lights. I love the extra light output and the slim style. Way better than the factory tail lights. Ever since first seeing the lights, I thought the large blank square was out of place so I came up with a solution to fill the space with...
  14. Re-engineering the brick (keyfob)

    Like many of us, I am not a fan of the Gladiator keyfob. On top of it's size and the overactive switchblade key, my jeep logo is already coming loose, after a few months of use. I have investigated the AJT fob and I am not a fan of that either. I made the decision to design a new fob. I am...
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