|04-27-2012 03:15 PM|
|natax||I think I just shit myself hearing about this 2.5L putting out that much power. I don't think it is a 2.5L at all, it can't be. If so, you should be wheeling in it. No need to have that much power and not use it off road. Or you could always sell it and make one hell of a profit.|
|04-27-2012 12:13 PM|
|CharTay||And there's no forced induction of any kind? Idk about this|
|04-27-2012 11:40 AM|
|Ibuildembig||And only with a grapefruit shooter tip.....lol at imports|
|04-27-2012 11:37 AM|
|04-27-2012 11:24 AM|
There's just no way in hell that engine is making 200hp, if it is then it's not even a 2.5L engine that halfway resembles the stock engine. Could be a Honda Type-R engine, they can reach 200hp without much fuss.
American 2.5L engines are big, bulky, inefficient, and basically impossible to make such massive HP figures over stock without an idiotic amount of cash wasted, they're not desirable for high performance engines. None of us are believing you until we see:
-Video proof of said engine putting 204hp to the rear wheels.
-Video evidence of cylinder compression
-Pictures of the engine fully disassembled.
|04-27-2012 10:45 AM|
Even a 16 valve NA 2.5 is going to have trouble hitting 200hp. Sorry, but I wouldn't even believe a dyno printout at this point, it'd take a youtube at a known dyno facility at this point.
If in fact it does make that much power, you need to take it apart, find out what he did, and start selling kits, you're going to be rich quick.
|04-27-2012 10:18 AM|
|04-27-2012 10:09 AM|
|Ibuildembig||Post the dyno printouts|
|04-27-2012 10:08 AM|
|04-27-2012 10:06 AM|
|04-27-2012 10:04 AM|
|Ibuildembig||I just dont think its possible without a power adder|
|04-27-2012 10:01 AM|
|04-27-2012 09:57 AM|
|Redrider94||If he won't tell you what's been modified to get that kind of power out of a 2.5 hope you never have any engine problems, as you most likely will never be able to get the right parts!!|
|04-27-2012 07:06 AM|
|04-27-2012 07:00 AM|
|04-26-2012 02:22 PM|
If all else fails, you might want to check the rubber fuel connections to the metal lines. Especially on the input side. Sometimes a flap of the inner liner can get sliced and intermittently block the inlet, say of the filter. Something to check when all else fails.
|04-26-2012 10:33 AM|
|Ibuildembig||x2 I just played around on my dyno program with one and even at 12:1 with a ported head, roller cam, etc etc it only did 178hp and 155tq|
|04-26-2012 10:20 AM|
|P0234||Yeah, aside from a supercharger/turbo/nitrous, there is no way the 2.5 is going to put out that sort of power.|
|04-25-2012 08:51 PM|
|04-25-2012 08:28 PM|
|Seabisquit||Did you replace the fuel filter?|
|04-25-2012 08:20 PM|
|yjmark||make sure u have the lines hooked up right on the fuel filter?|
|04-25-2012 10:04 AM|
1994 2.5L YJ losing power
Hello all i have owned this jeep for about three years and recently had to replace all the rubber fuel lines and fuel filter. After doing this i have noticed very small random losses of power (like its running out of gas) it doesnt seem to favor any one condition. It does it hot, cold an as well as at any angle. I do not take it offroad. Just trying to find out what could be causing this. Thanks for any help.
Im not sure if this is relevant, but engine was modified by previous owner. We dont know what was done but it is putting out around 203 HP and 248 ftLb of torque.