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post #5 of Old 03-19-2007, 02:25 AM
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I tend to agree with ACX on this one. As far as the Compass goes, there really is not much you can do to this one. Like I was telling someone last night, I know it won't be long before someone tries putting the Compass on stilts, lol, or something like that, but it just wouldn't look right with the 6" skyjacker lift that I have on my Cherokee, even though I would pay to see someone try, he he. Unfortunately, for those who might be tempted to try, I just do not see any way to modify this car. It is not like my old Dodge P/U, where dropping a bigger block into it is within the realm of possibility, or increasing the air induction. To change your "stop to go" ratio, so to speak, really is not possible with this one. Someone please correct me if I am wrong, but without a throttle to engine block cable, where it is adjustable manually, without having to do it electronically, I do not see a way on this one. Besides that, I would hate to see what that would do to the other electronic components that the computer controls, as on this one, everything is inter-related.





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