Matt’s Jeep 392 (6.4L HEMI)

Matt Weiler’s 2023 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is powered by a 6.4L beast of a power plant. The big V8 puts out 470 hp. It’s unbelievable that the engineers at Jeep shoehorned an engine of that size into a Wrangler, but they did. The end result is basically a burly engine wearing a Jeep costume. Stuffing an engine that big in such a small space ends up creating a lot of heat that’s why Matt wants to keep an eye on everything as he’s hitting the trails. “I do a lot of off-roading, and I like to look at my Jeep’s stats on the iDash SuperGauge while I drive. I live in the Northeast. Summers are hot and humid. That’s why I want to monitor all of the temperatures without taking up my whole head unit’s screen. I like to use my big UConnect screen for the TrailCam. This left me no way to see all of my temps and pressures. The iDash is the perfect solution.”

The Stealth Pod puts the iDash right where Matt needs it. “I really like that it’s eye-level, and that I don’t have to take my eyes off the trail. I can just glance out of the corner of my eye and see it all. Keeping my eyes on the road is important, but I still want to see everything. I’m just now setting up alerts for different temps. I like that the iDash will alert me to an issue long before my dashboard’s dummy light comes on.”

So, what’s next for Matt’s powerful monster? “I’m looking at getting the PedalMonster next, because even though it has a massive engine in it, you have to womp on it to get it going. I’m looking forward to getting into the engine’s power effortlessly.”