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This is the GenRight built 4500 MOD Class Jeep TJ. It is the fastest, most winning MOD Class car ever built (while Jordan drove it from 2014 - 2017).


It uses many of the GenRight Legend Suspension Builders Kit with our 3 Link front and Double triangulated 4 Link rear suspension (and many other) components. 


This is the GenRight built 4500 MOD Class Jeep TJ. It is the fastest, most winning MOD Class car ever built (while Jordan drove it from 2014 - 2017).

It uses many of the GenRight Legend Suspension Builders Kit with our 3 Link front and Double triangulated 4 Link rear suspension (and many other) components.

Originally built by Jordan, Darren & Neil from left over parts we had at the shop (King 2.5" IBP shocks and Currie axles off the Growler YJ) to race the 2014 King of the Hammers when Jordan was only 15-1/2 years old. Note; the Jeep still had the factory Jeep Wrangler 4.0L straight 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed Auto transmission. Jordan finished his first KOH race, that year in 4th place.


Later we fabricated some one-off parts to add more shocks, integrate in a 640HP LS3 and TH400 Transmission. These improvements worked so well, it later became today's Tracer Suspension System.


Jordan dominated the Ultra4 and Nor Cal Rock racing series. The Jeep was so fast, he was often on the pole for the start and faster than most 4400 race cars.


Pictured here durning the 2016 King of the Hammers.




Parts Spec List (when done):

1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ

640HP Chevy LS3 Engine (on pump gas).

Holley Dominator EFI ECU and engine wire harness.

RDE TH 400 Transmission, full manual shift valve body.

Currie Rock Jock VXR 60 front, Aluminum knuckles and 35 spline with 5.38 gears and Detriot locker.

Currie Rock Jock 70 rear axle, Hi-pinion, 40 spline full float with 5.38 gears and Detriot locker.

RCV 300M shafts front & rear.

GenRight 3 Link Front suspension.

GenRight double triangulated Rear suspension.

Summit Machine 7075 Aluminum control arms.

Genuine Johnny Joints.

Shocks: Fox 2.5" x 14" Coil over shocks and 2.5" bypass on each corner.

JE Reel 1350 driveshafts.

17 x 8.5" KMC Wheels with 4-3/4" back spacing (5 on 5.5 bolt pattern).

37" Falken DOT Tires (Class mandated street size and compound).

PSC JK Steering box, pump and ram.

Atlas 3:1 Transfer Case.

Fuel Safe Bladder type fuel cell (competition legal) and dual dry break fast fills.

Aeromotive in-tank fuel pump, regulator and filters.

PRP Seats, harnesses and window nets.

VisionX LED Lights.

GenRight Aluminum Boulder Hi-Fenders.

GenRight Aluminum half doors.

GenRight Tub Panel Guards (TPG-2015)

GenRight Mini Boat Side Rocker Guards.

GenRight Aluminum Grille.

Warn 9.0 RC Winch with Factor 55 flatlink and fairlead.

GenRight CrMo Hi-Steer drag link and tie rod with FK Hiems rod ends.

Griffin custom Radiator with dual Spal fans. Rear mounted.

Griffin transmission large universal cooler.

Rugged 60 watt Race Radio and Intercom system.

GenRight custom 1-3/4" Roll cage and front bumper.

Magnaflow 2.5" dual exhaust, headers and mufflers.

TBM Brakes front and rear.





More on Jordan; He was born and raised in Southern California, he grew up in the desert riding dirt bikes since age 3 with his Dad and brother. Followed his Dad (Tony Pellegrino) all the way up into racing his first King of the Hammers at the age of 15. 

His fascination of 4 wheels began at the Jim Hall Carting School at the age of 10.  It was a great way for him to learn vehicle dynamics, cornering and controlling speed.  He have rode along with his Dad ever since he was 4 from local Jeep events all the way to wheeling events on the east coast.  

Jordan graduated high school in June of 2016 and enrolled in "The Fab School" 1 week later (which is a fabrication trade school here in Southern California).  While in school, he would still work on his race vehicle, or his personal daily driver Off-road truck.

He has a burning passion for Off-roading and racing (like his Dad) and aspires to be in Big 4400 Class by 2018. To see Jordan's current Ultra4 racer, click here.