FYI you can keep your factory dash cluster working with this set up. but you will need to keep your factory harness intact, minus the engine monitoring circuits. i gutted out every circuit that i didnt need. dont let all these wires scare you... its fairly simple if you know basic electrical
im getting asked.... why the name ELIMINATOR ?????? I came up with the name ELIMINATOR due to the following. By swapping in this corvette engine, i ELIMINATED low power issues, low fuel economy issues, low towing power issues, ELIMINATED engine strain, and ELIMINATED the outdated 101,000 mile 4.0 6 cyclinder engine. By the time its finished i will have a New Jeep
in light of the rear end, after 12 years of the high mileage Dana 35, i decided to go with something different, although this Dana 35 has treated me well for the 6 years of having 37in tires and 4.56 gears, i think its done its time. Lots of friends told me that it wouldn't hold up to 37in tires. Well i proved them all wrong for 6 long years. In reality, its all in the way you drive, experience, how heavy ones foot can be. Im not the type that will mash on the gas, knowing that im stuck, turning the wheels from left to right frequently during wheel spin, to try and get out of something that i know i cant. Thats where the 12,000 lbs winch comes in. I will not think twice about using the good old T-Max winch. Getting back to the rear end:
So i decided on Currie's F-9 true-trac high pinion axle.
Here are pics of before and after pics of axle being painted and hi-9 pinion
During the next couple of days i had to re-work the fuel system. The fuel pump wasn't keeping up to the required 60 psi of fuel pressure. So i swapped the in-tank pump out for a walboro fuel pump. I tried uploading the initial first start up, which didnt last more than 6 seconds but for some reason it taking extremely long to download. So i stopped the download. Now im gonna start back on the interior