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Old 08-15-2017, 01:37 PM
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Unwrapped JL Photos

Lots of wrapped photos out there, but finally getting a few leaked unwrapped photos. Obviously will have a gazillion of them soon after roll-out.



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Whats with the little fender flair vent?

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Whats with the little fender flair vent?
a hemi needs to breath LOL.
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Maybe it for the turbo blow off valve.
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Maybe it for the turbo blow off valve.
Not sure that's for a waste gate...

Perhaps that fender vent will allow air to flow from the well - I'm guessing, air gets trapped in that area at higher speeds.

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Not sure that's for a waste gate...

Perhaps that fender vent will allow air to flow from the well - I'm guessing, air gets trapped in that area at higher speeds.
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Many people have complained that with rock rails or side steps, they can't get a nice even coat of mud across the side of their Wrangler. The Mud Ejection Ports will solve that, by directing a stream of mud from inside the fenders, out and across the body sides.

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How much trimming will we have to do to actually let air flow through it?
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Mud Ejection Ports.

Many people have complained that with rock rails or side steps, they can't get a nice even coat of mud across the side of their Wrangler. The Mud Ejection Ports will solve that, by directing a stream of mud from inside the fenders, out and across the body sides.

or... Submersion Ports?

open... and you sink and crawl across the bottom of the lake?

close... and you float across the lake?



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a hemi needs to breath LOL.
How much trimming will we have to do to actually let air flow through it?
Well, for starters, you've got to trim the Challenger from around the Hemi.
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