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Jeep Performance

All of the Modification Experts on staff at modbargains are enthusiasts themselves, with plenty of car building experience and their own unique specialties. The Modification Experts have helped assemble a selection of performance parts for your Jeep. With our experience, expertise and enthusiasm, we'll help you attain every pony in that Jeep motor under the hood. Thanks to one of the strongest aftermarkets anywhere, Jeeps are exceptionally easy to find parts for.

 

Wrangler [JK] Performance Wrangler [JK] Performance 2007+

 

Popular Jeep Performance Brands:

AFE Power Jeep Performance

 

Jeep Performance Exxhausts

Crawl it or haul it with a Scorpion Performance Package from aFe Power. This performance package includes a Stage 2 cold air intake, Hi-Tuck cat-back exhaust system and performance Y-Pipe. These comprehensive performance packages for Jeep models include several upgrades that compliment each other for maximum power and torque gains at the wheels.

Stage 2 Intake– Featuring a one-piece black powdercoated housing, a dyno tuned intake tube and a massive 360 degree Pro 5R air filter for maximum flow and performance. Using an oiled 5-layer progressive media with urethane body, this filter has 98.6% filter efficiency.

Hi-Tuck Exhaust– Designed to increase exhaust flow and improve throttle response, the Hi-Tuck exhaust system is designed to maximize your undercar clearance for driving in off-road conditions.

 

Performance Y-Pipe– Designed with off road performance in mind, the package also includes Y-Pipe that provides maximum flow vs. the factory Y-Pipe as well as relocating the crossover tube to allow for most aftermarket lifts.

 

We invite you to chat with our Modification Experts. We have specialists on staff that have encyclopedic technical expertise on Jeep Performance. If you're looking for something special, just ask! We can probably get it for you.
Call us at 714-582-3330 today to talk to an Expert about your Jeep project, or Chat Live at modbargains.com.

 

What is a Cold Air Intake and what will it really do for my Jeep?

AFE Cold Air Intake Momentum GT Intake


Air Induction comes in a variety of forms for Jeep JK Wrangler models, as an intake for the way one Jeep is used may not work for another. A true cold air intake reroutes the path of the intake to a cooler air source outside the car, drawing from under the front bumper or fender well as opposed to the hot engine bay. aFe Power's Magnum Force closed box air intakes are a great solution for most users and the variation in design gives you flexibility for say, a custom hood with a cutout for an intake or if you're doing something like adding a Snorkel for those of you who love water crossings. These often come with some sort of heat shield to separate the intake further from the engine bay to avoid sucking in hot air. The colder air is denser in oxygen content, resulting in a better air/fuel mixture, meaning the engine can make more power.

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Jump To: Jeep Wrangler Exhaust Systems

What types of Exhaust Systems are available for Jeep?

Jeep Exhaust Systems


The design of a Jeep exhaust system will vary quite a bit based around what that Jeep is needs to do, so things like what side it's supposed to exit on and how much clearance it has for off roading are key factors. Exhaust systems for your Jeep are available in a variety of configurations to give you flexibility to build your Jeep your way. While available in the usual "Axle-Back" or "Cat-Back" lengths, the specifics vary dramatically from system to system.

Increased Horse Power and torque

Equipping your Jeep a High-Performance exhaust system will deliver more Horsepower - and Torque. And when you're on the trail, that torque matters - the aFe Mach Force 3" Catback System for 2-Door Jeep JK Wranglers made an additional 13 HP and 15 lb/tq at the wheels. We offer exhaust systems for Jeep from Korkar Performance Engineering, Stainless Works, Borla, Magnaflow and Flowmaster.

Axle-Back Exhaust

Magnaflow Axle Back Jeep ExhaustAFE Exhaust


An Axle Back exhaust is a great way to change the sound of your Jeep's exhaust. This type of system replaces only the mufflers after the rear axle, which explains the name. Many manufacturers offer Axle-Back options, like aFe Power and Magnaflow.

Cat-Back Exhaust

Jeep Cat Back Exhausts modbargains carries quality Jeep Exhausts

When it comes to performance, choosing an Cat Back exhaust system is the way to go. Be sure to order for the correct wheelbase of your Wrangler - a 2-door exhaust won't fit a 4-door Wrangler Unlimited. A wide variety of Cat-Back systems are available for Jeep from the finest names in exhaust, including: aFe Power and Magnaflow.

Headers (aka Exhaust Manifolds)

Headers aka Exhaust Manifolds

Headers, as they're usually called, are the exhaust manifolds. Hot exhaust gas flows through the runners of the exhaust manifold, and then enters the catalytic converter and the rest of the exhaust system. Headers provide performance gains by streamlining the flow of exhaust gas, allowing the engine to run more efficiently and as a result, make more power. We offer quality Twisted Steel Headers for Jeep from aFe Power.


How do I "chip" my Wrangler? How do I "Get a Tune" for my Jeep?

Scorcher Tuner SCT Power Flash Programmer


Today's vehicles are equipped complex electronic systems can be upgraded or modified in a variety of ways, sometimes without even needing to physically leave a component installed on the vehicle to have a huge increase in power. While "Chipping" a car is still common lingo, it's not at all accurate anymore. Today, the practice of hardwiring a chip onto the car's ECM is limited only to primitive, early OBD I computer systems and hasn't really been a thing since the mid 1990s. Tuning your car today is easier than ever, and thank the heavens that tuning no longer requires, floats, needles, jets and a near supernatural understanding of the dark black magic known as carburetion - it's so easy that you literally could leave it entirely to a child. Just plug in a tuner to your Jeep's OBD II Computer port, and then a tuner such as SCT's X4 Flash Programmer or aFe's Scorcher System and the device backs up a copy of the car's factory settings, then installs a new set of parameters instead, optimizing things like fuel quantity, ignition timing and more to unlock the full potential of your engine and make the most of the modifications you've performed. Most tuners today come with the "Tune" preloaded and ready to install (aka "Off The Shelf Maps"), or they can be "Pro-Tuned" on a dyno by a licensed specialist to customize a map specific to your car to wring every last pony out of your Jeep's engine.

As an added perk, most Domestic vehicles like Jeep and MoPar all use an ECU that controls both the engine and transmission, meaning you can manipulate the behavior of your automatic transmission with a tuner as well. (as opposed to engine and transmission being separate computers as with a European car like BMW or Volvo)

modbargains has Experts for Jeep Performance Parts

We hope this has helped you better understand the performance parts that are available for your Jeep from the automotive aftermarket.

For Expert Enthusiast Advice on your Wrangler build, we invite you to call our Modification Experts - dial 714-582-3330 or chat with us online at modbargains.com - we are only too happy to share our passion for cars. Our mission is to use our Experience, Expertise and Enthusiasm to make the world a better place for auto enthusiasts. Let us show you what that means firsthand - call today and discover our amazing service for yourself.

 

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