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Well I have been since no one else has modified the Pentastar 3.2L except me. Also introduced this community to a tuner who really knows what they are doing and have my VVT Cams tuned.

Sorry to break it to you pal but your 200 is nearly all cherokee parts, I just happen to drive a lifted 200. What you will see from my limited posts is that I have substance and no just babbling about "my car is such a rocket ship ect" I stick to realistic facts and information for people. You are the one talking big so make it happen. I've already done lots for the cherokee community including being the one to prove they could be tuned when they "weren't supported" Oh and FYI a mid 14 second car is not a "rocket ship" in terms of speed. Its simply a little faster than most sporty cars.
Dude you own a trailhawk馃槀 you said it yourself it has the 3.2 pentastar, the 3.6 pentastar has more power for one and in the 200 it weighs less then your box on wheels, i bet you did make a tuner for that car in your community cause theres barely a community for it!馃槀 get a trackhawk and then you can speak. Have you turbocharged that little 3.2? Because thats all this forum is about not some dumbass like you talking down on this car and telling other people to share info and stop talking and more doing. Your literally contradicting every single one of us by saying that. What did you do to your jeep that was SO amazing it had to be shared with arrogance on here. I gurantee my 200 with ported t body/ported lower intake/180 thermostat/e85 injectors/ flowmaster super 10/mopar cai and rpm motorsports torque tube and a hemifever tune would smoke your trashhawk. You drive a lifted 200? No wonder you think its slow, its not all cherokee parts either the transmission wasnt designed to be on a lifted suspension with bigger tires you doof, maybe lowered with low profiles. I call you a disgrace to the mopar community. A lifted 200 馃樁?
 

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If I can put in my two cents, I owned the 2015 200S AWD for 3 years and despite the problems which I had with it, I do miss the power and performance it had. I currently have a 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk with the V8 5.7 liter Hemi and even though it has much more power and torque then the 200 with 360 HP and 390 lbs of torque vs 295 HP and 262 lbs of torque, it is no where near as quick as the 200S was in the take-off and the acceleration at hwy speeds. The 200 V6 had very under-rated power. I cannot see how a Cherokee trailhawk could out-perform a V6 200 unless it is heavily modified. And if you were to then modify the 200 it would give the advantage back to that.
 

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It took a while to find one, but I finally found the car equipped the way I wanted.
As the rental and lease companies retire these cars, there are lots of good deals on pre-owned, higher-end 'C' and 'S' models out there.
The trouble with twin-turbo in a 200 is the lack of extra underhood space and the tremendous heat from the turbos/intercooler.
I don't need to start breaking driveline parts. They AWD driveline is robust, but the car is quite fast, comfortable and economical enough for me as it is.
 

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Dude you own a trailhawk馃槀 you said it yourself it has the 3.2 pentastar, the 3.6 pentastar has more power for one and in the 200 it weighs less then your box on wheels, i bet you did make a tuner for that car in your community cause theres barely a community for it!馃槀 get a trackhawk and then you can speak. Have you turbocharged that little 3.2? Because thats all this forum is about not some dumbass like you talking down on this car and telling other people to share info and stop talking and more doing. Your literally contradicting every single one of us by saying that. What did you do to your jeep that was SO amazing it had to be shared with arrogance on here. I gurantee my 200 with ported t body/ported lower intake/180 thermostat/e85 injectors/ flowmaster super 10/mopar cai and rpm motorsports torque tube and a hemifever tune would smoke your trashhawk. You drive a lifted 200? No wonder you think its slow, its not all cherokee parts either the transmission wasnt designed to be on a lifted suspension with bigger tires you doof, maybe lowered with low profiles. I call you a disgrace to the mopar community. A lifted 200 馃樁?
Two things: the rpm torque tube and the Mopar CAI cannot work together.

Hemifever uses diablo. Diablo doesn't support the second gen 200.

Did you see how old that post of his is?
 

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Two things: the rpm torque tube and the Mopar CAI cannot work together.

Hemifever uses diablo. Diablo doesn't support the second gen 200.

Did you see how old that post of his is?
Overkill however tunes 200s with HP. And why do they not work together? Genuine question, I run both, as long as you tune for new A/F ratio shouldn't it be better? Less restriction, more air, more fuel, more bang?
 

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Overkill however tunes 200s with HP. And why do they not work together? Genuine question, I run both, as long as you tune for new A/F ratio shouldn't it be better? Less restriction, more air, more fuel, more bang?
The Mopar CAI replaces the tube from the factory air cleaner and goes all the way to the throttle body. The RPM tube replaces the section of pipe from the throttle body to the air cleaner. They can't physically take up the same place. You have a 2015-2017?
 
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