|10-08-2007 11:25 AM|
|daddyjeep||The fuel injection is great, but depending on where you live the carb upgrade might do you just fine. When I put on the fuel injection I lived where there was emmisions testing and a carb upgrade wouldn't work. I also live in PA and the FI is great in the winter.|
|10-07-2007 10:46 PM|
|MrJarratt||Thanks alot for the info!|
|10-07-2007 01:29 AM|
welcome and I did the same thing as grandpa jeeper did. I installed an MC2100 kit I bought off a guy on ebay anbout $300 delivered. I have seen a lot on the weber and it seems to be a popular carb upgrade. I can tell you why I did not go with it. My search seemed to indicate it was harder to dial in the carb and seemed to run too rich. Again I have no experience and lots of guys here have the weber kit. I installed mine in about a day taking my time and going over each part I removed. My biggest problem was all those freakin vac hoses and crap. Once I got that all figured out and either connected or capped off it has run like a dream ever since, I am getting 18 MPG (all highway really) But it seems to come down to personal choice. I think most do 1 of 4 things.
1)Weber 2)MC2100 3) throttle body fuel injection 4) multiport injection The last too require a significant expense and also need electronics installed. But from what I hear going the fuel injection route will pay off better. Anyway good luck in what ever you do
|10-06-2007 10:36 PM|
|10-06-2007 09:40 PM|
I just bought a 1990 Jeep Wrangler 33" tires and a 4" body lift with 90k miles on it, my only concern is that it seems to be running too rich, I can smell gas and exhaust, it also seems to have a dead-spot in the carb. I'v been hearing alot about the Weber Carb kit and I am wondering what you guys think about it. Thanks.