|08-15-2007 11:10 AM|
|daddyjeep||Get one of those K&N intake kits and as odd said, any exhaust will do. If you have the money to get a Borla that's one of the better ones out there. I have the pacesetter header and it has served me fine for about five years now. I backed it up with a catco high flow catylatic converter, flowmaster 40 series, and a couple of pieces of 2.5" tubing.|
|08-14-2007 03:21 PM|
|Odd is he||
as far as the driveshaft goes, If you have a lift jeep and have a stock driveshaft, you will more than likely have problems with breaking it/vibrations. Get a "slip yoke eliminator" kit and a tom woods drive shaft and you'll be set.
|08-14-2007 01:33 PM|
|dunes dude||which is the best exhaust and intake to get for dunes and desert driving i dont care how loud its gonna be|
|08-13-2007 11:24 AM|
I have never heard about driveshafts falling out unless you lift it without addressing the shafts.
A good free flowing exhaust and intake will open things up and give you a noticable power increase.
|08-12-2007 12:23 PM|
need help new to the jeep world
hey i have a 1992 wrangler yj 4.0 5 speed and i heard people saying there is a problem with the jeep driveshaft it falls or something like that is there anyway to prevent that from happening and is there any problems i will be facing because i only drive it in the desert/dunes and what are the best parts for power besides an engine swap like which cams to get which headers and which intake and all those stuff