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Old 07-05-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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Make my TJ into a monster!

I am Just wondering... With out swapping my engine, what can I do to really increase my power and make my TJ a true offloading monster? I would like to have it stay street legal.

And quick question, I have a 4inch suspension and a believe a 2 inch body lift on it.... If I want to run 35 or 36 inch tires would I need a slip yolk eliminator? I was told by my cousin that I would NEED this.

Now just so everyone knows what it has now. I have a K&N air intake I it, throttle body spacer, new banks power monster exhaust on it (Header to muffler), 4 inch short arm suspension lift, Dana 44 rear, Dana 35 high pinion front, lockers on both axels, and all sitting on 33 inc mud terrains (goodyear I believe, not by my jeep)

Thanks for all the help!

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Old 07-05-2012, 08:26 PM   #2
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[QUOTE=MichiganWrangler;2549355]I am Just wondering... With out swapping my engine, what can I do to really increase my power and make my TJ a true offloading monster? I would like to have it stay street legal.

And quick question, I have a 4inch suspension and a believe a 2 inch body lift on it.... If I want to run 35 or 36 inch tires would I need a slip yolk eliminator? I was told by my cousin that I would NEED this.

Now just so everyone knows what it has now. I have a K&N air intake I it, throttle body spacer, new banks power monster exhaust on it (Header to muffler), 4 inch short arm suspension lift, Dana 44 rear, Dana 35 high pinion front, lockers on both axels, and all sitting on 33 inc mud terrains (goodyear I believe, not by my jeep). Oh and 4.10 gears on both axels.

Thanks for all the help!

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Old 07-06-2012, 12:20 PM   #3
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Motor wise, nothing you can really do unless swap it out for a V8 or diesel...I suppose you could get it stroked, turbo or super charged, but ya might lose longevity/reliability.

But if you are heading towards 35/36's, I would first focus on regearing and beefing up your steering components so they are less likely to taco on ya. Probably get some chromoly axles, and better brakes too.
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