392 jeep mods

csa392

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2021 392 XR Jeep
Hello, I am a new 392 owner and have only 500 miles on my beast. Wondering if anyone has installed any type of throttle control units such as pedal commander, ect. Also, is anyone using fuel additives to help with bad fuels. Love my Jeep and will be going to the Pismo dunes once it is fully broke in. I got the factory soft top to replace the freedom panel and it is an offiicial Mopar part and works great.
 
First of all...welcome to the team!

Second...I would recommend just cruising through the various topics in the forum to get some ideas for mods, etc. Although I haven't installed a Pedal Commander yet, there have been several others who have. Just use the "search" function and it will take you right to the topic.

There are very good people in this forum that will help you out in a pinch! Get to know them...you won't be disappointed.
 
I'm unsure of the Pedal Commander. I have heard nothing but great things about them so I cant really say why I am hesitant.
 
First of all...welcome to the team!

Second...I would recommend just cruising through the various topics in the forum to get some ideas for mods, etc. Although I haven't installed a Pedal Commander yet, there have been several others who have. Just use the "search" function and it will take you right to the topic.

There are very good people in this forum that will help you out in a pinch! Get to know them...you won't be disappointed.
Thanks for the welcome. I am looking forward to learning much from this forum.
 
Welcome @csa392 and Congrats!

As for the Pedal Commander I can vouch! I won't own another vehicle without one. Don't have my 392 yet, but it will literally make you think you gained HP (but you don't :( ) it drives so differently on the sport and sport+ modes. Have one in the 4Runner (couldn't take the sluggishness without it!) one on the Supra - which can smoke the rear wheels on command now, and one on the JK - which now has way more off the line pep.

A while back, I posted a great video I found explaining (and demo'ing) how they work. If I can find it, I'll repost.

The one caveat: always turn it off when in for service (or remove it all together) I never had an issue, and when it's removed there's no trace, but a dealer can certainly claim it caused excessive wear.
 
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