It's definitely not cheap, but you gotta pay to play if you can afford it. I'm pretty particular so I always order my vehicles. The Durango had an MSRP of $70k and I got it for $65k. A Trackhawk optioned as similarly as I could was $98k. The lowest I could get that was $84k. That's a difference of $19k, outside my comfort zone. I work hard to make good money, but I'm far from being independently wealthy. Plus the cargo volume in a grand Cherokee is way to small for me. I've had the middle row folded down and the whole area full on the Durango a couple times already.
Just thought I'd give an update. So far I'm loving this thing and I'm not missing the truck bed what so ever. This thing goes, stops, and handles like my truck never could. Maybe one day when I "calm down" I'll get a truck again, but for now
The kit is P/N 15690. It's the tuner version of 1569, aka no tune included. It will work on a GenV 5.3, just the boost will be a bit higher, more like 8-9 psi with the bigger pulley. You can also buy the pulley that came on the 5.3 kit to get back down to 6 psi if desired. This kit will not work on any gen III/IV LS motor like your 2012 as the intake ports are different and this doesn't have provision for the fuel injectors for port injection
Haven't got around to getting the missing hoses, so price drop to $3600 shipped to account for that.
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