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    Engine and drivetrain upgrades

    Hey everyone, I have a 2015 75th anniversary Jeep renegade 2.4 liter. I do some easy trails and intermediate trails. But Im anxious to start progressing.

    Looking to see what tips you all have for engine and drive train upgrades. Id like the best performance for my little renegade.


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    Engine and drivetrain upgrades

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisb93 View Post
    Hey everyone, I have a 2015 75th anniversary Jeep renegade 2.4 liter. I do some easy trails and intermediate trails. But Im anxious to start progressing.

    Looking to see what tips you all have for engine and drive train upgrades. Id like the best performance for my little renegade.


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    Welcome to Wayalife. Dont know too much about the Renegade platform, but there are guys here that do and Im sure theyll have some ideas for you.


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    Thanks!


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    My sister just got a renny, she loves it! Not sure about engine mods but it has a decent aftermarket for suspension and body parts. Daystar has a lot of things for it, check them out


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisb93 View Post
    Hey everyone, I have a 2015 75th anniversary Jeep renegade 2.4 liter. I do some easy trails and intermediate trails. But Im anxious to start progressing.

    Looking to see what tips you all have for engine and drive train upgrades. Id like the best performance for my little renegade.


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    https://madnessautoworks.com/2016-Je...-upgrades-cid5

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    I think you could try toaster jeep.com


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    If you have the manual you may want to get a stage 2 clutch from a dodge dart or fiat abarth 500 they are the same clutches but if you look for an upgraded clutch for the renegade you wont find one I went to the mopar site to look at part numbers

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