|12-05-2006 12:07 PM|
sorry for the spelling error.
it is HIGHPEAKS.
Ask me for the link if you are really interested.
Shipping is also 135.00
Yeah, thats actually really cheap.
|12-05-2006 11:35 AM|
Im reccomending higpeaksautomotive
I just got a 2.5 4 cly from them. I just got my jeep back from having it installed, and it is great.
It only cost 1650.00 And comes with everything you need and all preassembled.
|12-02-2006 07:28 PM|
|Angler1979||advanced auto parts sells reman long blocks we put one in my friends sunbird it is a great motor|
|12-02-2006 11:00 AM|
|captflyte||I am going to take your advise about the 4 banger. Do you know of a really good vendor where I can get an engine?|
|12-01-2006 08:27 PM|
|Angler1979||I agree with what they said stay with the 4cyl if your going to go through the trouble of doing a major engin swap you may as well go with a 350|
|12-01-2006 06:48 PM|
|whitebuffalo||i agree. if it sees limited hiway use, just throw another 4 in there|
|12-01-2006 05:32 PM|
|RioGrande95||If you plan on towing it, as long as you don't plan on putting huge tires on it, I would recomend staying with the 4 banger. From what I've heard, swapping in the six takes a lot of work (new computer, tranny, etc). The 4 has plenty of power for offroad and weighs less. But if you plan on building up the Jeep a fair amount or do much highway driving, the six would be nice.|
|12-01-2006 05:23 PM|
4cyl vs 6cyl
I need to make a decision on whether to replace my 2.5L or make the change to the 4.0L. My YJ is in reasonably good shape with 120K miles. I sucked in water and busted the crankcase. I plan on towing the jeep behind a truck and camper to use it for hunting/off road exploring etc. This is not my daily driver but I do like to drive it around town and to the beach in the summer. Any advice, especially technical would be great. Thanks