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Old 07-31-2012, 01:29 PM   #1921
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Yours goes 75? Impressive!
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Dang... I have gotten mine up to 95. Is that the difference between a 6 and a 4cyl?
Yeah. I do have a 4 banger with 4.11s though

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Old 07-31-2012, 01:30 PM   #1922
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I'm goin on record as sayin that's just stupid!!! Just cause it can doesn't mean you should! Your Jeep will not react as well as almost any car there is if you get a big sudden wind gust or you hit a simple uneven patch on the road at those speeds. Recovery from an issue at 95 in a Jeep will be close to nonexistent.... I've had a Trans Am almost 90 degrees to the direction of travel in a slide at 95+ mph and somehow recovered, if that same thing happens in a Jeep, you will DIE!!!
If you want to travel at those speeds (which you shouldn't anyway), get a car to do it in, save the Jeep (and you) for regular cruising and wheeling.
I did stupid things in CARS when I was a teenager, even then I knew not to do stupid stuff in a Jeep.
I think he means just once. We all know we did that one straight down hill stretch just out of curiousity. Regular driving like that. Suicidal.

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Old 07-31-2012, 01:48 PM   #1923
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I think he means just once. We all know we did that one straight down hill stretch just out of curiousity. Regular driving like that. Suicidal.
I've had my Jeep to maybe 68 mph max one time (most time only cruise at 60 or so even on interstate, helps keep mpg around 18-19 that way as well). It def would do much more, I just don't think its smart to do so in a Jeep. Maybe the newer carlike JKUs, but swb TJs have no business at 90mph, whether it be on a long downhill straight or no. Those roads can have dips in them just as much as anywhere, a Jeep hitting a small dip at 90+ would end badly...
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I've had my Jeep to maybe 68 mph max one time (most time only cruise at 60 or so even on interstate, helps keep mpg around 18-19 that was as well). It def would do much more, I just don't think its smart to do so in a Jeep. Maybe the newer carlike JKUs, bit swb TJs have no business at 90mph, whether it be on a long downhill straight or no. Those roads can have dips in them just as much as anywhere, a Jeep hitting a small dip at 90+ would end badly...
Maybe your jeep handles badly or doesn't stop well but I ran mine 75-80 mph on the turnpike and interstate on my latest trip to and from Rausch creek. Not dangerous at all to me. 90 would be pushing it. I get bet mileage around 65 or 70. But on a 2.5 hour drive it really makes a difference driving a little faster. Especially on the turnpike when there are only a few exit ramps over a hundred miles or so. Normal highways I run 65. Smart driving is key. If you don't know how to keep your distance from vehicles and pay attention you have no business driving anyways. The speed of traffic on some major highways means that unless your keep up with the flow of traffic you could actually cause issues for other people.

I'm not disagreeing with you but 70-80 is what i would call the Mac safe driving speed in a wrangler.
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:59 PM   #1925
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My wife now also loves "my Jeep" but doesn't want/know how to drive stick. Since I bought it for myself, that wasn't a problem until now. I love her so much that I told her I'd sell my 48k 1997 sport in great condition, and buy a replacement that was an automatic.

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Maybe your jeep handles badly or doesn't stop well but I ran mine 75-80 mph on the turnpike and interstate on my latest trip to and from Rausch creek. Not dangerous at all to me. 90 would be pushing it. I get bet mileage around 65 or 70. But on a 2.5 hour drive it really makes a difference driving a little faster. Especially on the turnpike when there are only a few exit ramps over a hundred miles or so. Normal highways I run 65. Smart driving is key. If you don't know how to keep your distance from vehicles and pay attention you have no business driving anyways. The speed of traffic on some major highways means that unless your keep up with the flow of traffic you could actually cause issues for other people.

I'm not disagreeing with you but 70-80 is what i would call the Mac safe driving speed in a wrangler.
My Jeep handles great, you are missing the point. Claiming to do 95 in a Jeep is just being irresponsible, it has nothing to do with handling characteristics and knowing how to drive. I'm saying at those speeds if something does happen such as a large gust of wind or wave in the road and the Jeep gets squirrly, not too many drivers will be able to safely recover.
Now as far as my speed, I know how to properly drive, its just in my Jeep I know 70mph+ equals about 15mpg or less, keeping it around 60 or so returns 19mpg. I can't afford to give away 4+ mpg so I'm not going to. I stay in the right lane always at those speeds.
I say this with experience, close to 100 in a Jeep can be done, it just shouldn't. When you see one of your friends literally broken in half due to a 100mph Jeep crash on a straight section of hwy, you'll understand.
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My wife now also loves "my Jeep" but doesn't want/know how to drive stick. Since I bought it for myself, that wasn't a problem until now. I love her so much that I told her I'd sell my 48k 1997 sport in great condition, and buy a replacement that was an automatic.

Jeep got sold to the 1st person to look at it, it's been 3 days and the search for a replacement continues. Let me know if anyone has an auto TJ for around $10k.

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My Jeep handles great, you are missing the point. The guy claiming to do 95 in his Jeep is just being irresponsible, it has nothing to do with handling characteristics and knowing how to drive. I'm saying at those speeds if something does happen such as a large gust of wind or wave in the road and the Jeep gets squirrly, not too many drivers will be able to safely recover.
Now as far as my speed, I know how to properly drive, its just in my Jeep I know 70mph+ equals about 15mpg, keeping it around 60 or so returns 19mpg. I can't afford to give away 4+ mpg so I'm not going to. I stay in the right lane always at those speeds.
I say this with experience, close to 100 in a Jeep can be done, it just shouldn't. When you see one of your friends literally broken in half due to a 100mph Jeep crash on a straight section of hwy, you'll understand.
I wasn't taking a shot at you do I hope it didn't come across that way. And I agree 100 is too fast. I get uncomfortable passing at 80 but on some roads it has to be done. I drive the same speed you said typically, and actually avoid the highway when I can.
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Wife Just called, You know your New to a TJ, when your door swings open and hits another vehicle at Walmart.... any solution to this??? Hinges in replace of the straps???
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I'm goin on record as sayin that's just stupid!!! Just cause it can doesn't mean you should! Your Jeep will not react as well as almost any car there is if you get a big sudden wind gust or you hit a simple uneven patch on the road at those speeds. Recovery from an issue at 95 in a Jeep will be close to nonexistent.... I've had a Trans Am almost 90 degrees to the direction of travel in a slide at 95+ mph and somehow recovered, if that same thing happens in a Jeep, you will DIE!!!
If you want to travel at those speeds (which you shouldn't anyway), get a car to do it in, save the Jeep (and you) for regular cruising and wheeling.
I did stupid things in CARS when I was a teenager, even then I knew not to do stupid stuff in a Jeep.

I agree... I've just learned to skip past all the I've gone faster than you posts. Seem to be a new batch of "speed" posts every week or so.
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Wife Just called, You know your New to a TJ, when your door swings open and hits another vehicle at Walmart.... any solution to this??? Hinges in replace of the straps???
Amazon has some cool replacement door straps that have several holes so you can set the door opening distance long or short.
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Amazon has some cool replacement door straps that have several holes so you can set the door opening distance long or short.
Thank-You...Very much that's exactly what we need, just ordered a pair, Thanks Again....
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Maybe your jeep handles badly or doesn't stop well but I ran mine 75-80 mph on the turnpike and interstate on my latest trip to and from Rausch creek. Not dangerous at all to me. 90 would be pushing it. I get bet mileage around 65 or 70. But on a 2.5 hour drive it really makes a difference driving a little faster. Especially on the turnpike when there are only a few exit ramps over a hundred miles or so. Normal highways I run 65. Smart driving is key. If you don't know how to keep your distance from vehicles and pay attention you have no business driving anyways. The speed of traffic on some major highways means that unless your keep up with the flow of traffic you could actually cause issues for other people.

I'm not disagreeing with you but 70-80 is what i would call the Mac safe driving speed in a wrangler.
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To each is their own! If you wanna go 90, go 90! If you don't, then don't!! I myself don't think its the smartest or safest think but have I done it? Yes. Will I do it again? Maybe. Is it a everyday thing no. Does my jeep feel dangerous at that speed? Not at all.
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Wife Just called, You know your New to a TJ, when your door swings open and hits another vehicle at Walmart.... any solution to this??? Hinges in replace of the straps???
Well you could always try going doorless. It's more fun (well to me anyway) but if you manage to find some hinges or some other replacement for the straps, more power to you.
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Wife Just called, You know your New to a TJ, when your door swings open and hits another vehicle at Walmart.... any solution to this??? Hinges in replace of the straps???
You can buy adjustable door straps or you can buy some metal hinges like any other car. I'd go with the straps though because they're easier to put on and take off. And they'll make your door swing out as far as you set it to.
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You can buy adjustable door straps or you can buy some metal hinges like any other car. I'd go with the straps though because they're easier to put on and take off. And they'll make your door swing out as far as you set it to.
Agreed but don't set them so short you can't get a leg in haha
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Well you could always try going doorless. It's more fun (well to me anyway) but if you manage to find some hinges or some other replacement for the straps, more power to you.
You could be careful too. That always helps a lot. Don't just flip the latch and swing the door open, open it and hold the door from swinging into shit. Just my $.02
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You could be careful too. That always helps a lot. Don't just flip the latch and swing the door open, open it and hold the door from swinging into shit. Just my $.02
Well I thought that was kinda obvious.... So that's $0.04 now
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Dang... I have gotten mine up to 95. Is that the difference between a 6 and a 4cyl?

It cuts off above 95. Won't ever do it again though.
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Ok, first I will admit it was not going uphill... It was a flat stretch of highway with no one around on a sunny day. And I do still have the stock tires and pretty much everything else. Just upgraded exhaust, K&N and the little SuperChip "toy."

AND no way in hell I would do it with a lift or any tires 33" or larger. Higher Center of Gravity + High Speed = Holy Caca!!!

I just wanted to see what it would do if pushed. Besides, it is always a very good thing to know what your rig or car can do. That way you know what it can handle. You never know what situations may arise when you are out on the road.
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Ok, first I will admit it was not going uphill... It was a flat stretch of highway with no one around on a sunny day. And I do still have the stock tires and pretty much everything else. Just upgraded exhaust, K&N and the little SuperChip "toy."

AND no way in hell I would do it with a lift or any tires 33" or larger. Higher Center of Gravity + High Speed = Holy Caca!!!

I just wanted to see what it would do if pushed. Besides, it is always a very good thing to know what your rig or car can do. That way you know what it can handle. You never know what situations may arise when you are out on the road.
Could hit 95 stock, lift and 33s maxing at 80 downhill... True story on flat it'll go 75 tops
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Could hit 95 stock, lift and 33s maxing at 80 downhill... True story on flat it'll go 75 tops
33" I can do 95. If the limiter wasn't there I could hit 105+.
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33" I can do 95. If the limiter wasn't there I could hit 105+.
But why would you????
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But why would you????
Bleeding, heart attack, pregnancy, stole it, robbed a bank, drunk, installed the Toyota gas pedal mod, blows up if you go under 90, late for a date with Halle Berry, won tickets to a game that started 20 minutes ago, trying to dry out skunk pee, Jeeps on fire, and cause the chicks dig it to name a few. Lol.
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bleeding, heart attack, pregnancy, stole it, robbed a bank, drunk, installed the toyota gas pedal mod, blows up if you go under 90, late for a date with halle berry, won tickets to a game that started 20 minutes ago, trying to dry out skunk pee, jeeps on fire, and cause the chicks dig it to name a few.
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Bleeding, heart attack, pregnancy, stole it, robbed a bank, drunk, installed the Toyota gas pedal mod, blows up if you go under 90, late for a date with Halle Berry, won tickets to a game that started 20 minutes ago, trying to dry out skunk pee, Jeeps on fire, and cause the chicks dig it to name a few. Lol.
Cause the chicks dig it everytime!! Haha everyone should go find and read this thread though.
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Could hit 95 stock, lift and 33s maxing at 80 downhill... True story on flat it'll go 75 tops
I hit 105-110 coming down the mountain with 29s and 3" lift. That was exciting. On flat I only do 75 as well though
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I hit 105-110 coming down the mountain with 29s and 3" lift. That was exciting. On flat I only do 75 as well though
How did you defeat the 96mph speed limiter? I'm sure some of the other speedsters on here would love to know.
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Ive never had mine over 75. Theres no point if I want to drive fast I would have bought a different car.

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