2018 Jeep Trackhawk (Forza Tuned)
JEEP TRACKHAWK – Forza Tuned (1,000 bhp)
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In 2018 Jeep released its newest and most terrifying model yet, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. With the engine of a Dodge Hellcat, this family SUV will put out a massive 707 horsepower, but better-yet, it will do it in all-wheel-drive. With twice the traction, the Trackhawk launches zero to sixty in 3.5 seconds. Sporting a 6.2 Liter V8 engine and supercharger, this Jeep is the fastest, affordable SUV in the world. This particular trackhawk has been tuned to produce a massive 1,000 horsepower from Forza Tuning and Performance in Tampa, Florida.
Forza Supercharger Hub Assembly
• Custom Upper Pulley
• Stainless Long Tube Header System
• Stainless Catted Midpipes
• 10% Overdrive Crank Damper
• PCM Modification
• 160* Thermostat
• Brisk Racing Spark Plugs
• Forza Custom Fuel System Upgrade
• Proper Belts, Gaskets & Seals
• Professional Installation
• Forza Engine Management Calibration
• Color Print Out (displaying baseline / final results)
• 12 Month / 12,000 Mile Limited Warranty
“The new 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk, the family SUV with over 700 horsepower! Insane? Yes, and we love it! The Trackhawk is equipped with the Hellcat 6.2-liter Hemi V8 capped with a 2.4-liter IHI supercharger, which provides 11.6 psi of boost. Dodge claims the Trackhawk is the most powerful SUV ever produced and with a 3.5 second 0-60mph time and a top speed of 180mph, we have no reason to question their claim.
The Jeep Trackhawk isn’t just a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT with the Hellcat engine, the entire platform was redesigned to handle the blunt-force trauma of the Hellcat’s 707hp power plant.
The engineers fitted the Trackhawk with a beefier transmission, a stronger transfer case, reinforced rear driveshaft, half-shafts, CV joints and rear differential. The front differential is the same as the regular SRT Grand Cherokee. The transmission is still a ZF eight-speed, now labeled 8HP95 and rated to handle 811 pound-feet of torque. The transfer case has a wider chain, forged-steel sprockets instead of powdered-metal ones. Tube-wall thickness the rear driveshaft, and the differential housing gets a stronger case with an extra mount, going from three to four. The internals of the rear differential are totally redesigned as well with four spider gears instead of two and a modified tooth geometry for greater strength.
The Trackhawk is equipped with the same Torque Reserve function as the Dodge Challenger Demon. When launch control is engaged and the vehicle brake-torqued, the system cuts fuel to individual cylinders, allowing the engine to rev higher and the supercharger to build 6.4 psi of boost as it sits at the line. The four 295/45ZR20 Pirellis get put to the test when releasing the brakes and smashing the accelerator to the floor. This is how the Trackhawk is able to achieve a 0-60mph in a mere 3.5 seconds and a 11.6 second at 116mph quarter mile time.
The Trackhawk retains the same control-arm front and multilink rear suspension layout as the SRT Grand Cherokee but the springs are 9 percent stiffer up front and 15 percent stiffer in the rear.
The Trackhawk’s aluminum-hat front rotors measure 15.7 inches, .8 inches bigger than the standard SRT Grand Cherokee. The rears, at 13.8 inches, remain the same. The six-piston front and four-piston rear Brembo calipers are the same as the SRT Grand Cherokee except the Trackhawk calipers come in only yellow with no other color options. in fact, the yellow calipers are one of the Trackhawk’s few distinguishing exterior differences from the SRT Grand Cherokee. A few other differences are the deleted fog lights, the right one used for an oil cooler and the left for a cold-air intake. The rear fascia accommodates quad exhaust tips. A “Trackhawk” badge is on the lower-right corner of the lift gate and “supercharged” below the Grand Cherokee lettering on the front doors. The sill plates and seats bear the Trackhawk logos and the instrument cluster proudly displays a 200mph speedometer.
If you are looking to upgrade your new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk with even more gut-wrenching horsepower and torque, you’ve come to the right place! Forza’s state of the art facility in Clearwater Florida has the most advanced automotive technology available. Our All Wheel Drive (AWD) Dynamometer provides the safest and most accurate solution for testing, tuning and certifying vehicle performance. Our global network of partners ensures access to the most advanced manufacturer specific diagnostic and tuning equipment available.
We welcome all car enthusiasts to arrange a tour of our facility.”