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05-24-2013 08:52 PM
AllMudd
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Originally Posted by usmc0331 View Post
I recently bought a 92 jeep 2.5L and been researching abit about some mods I would like to do. Like I said new to the game so some info would be appreciated. Here goes a few questions.

1. What year and model 4.0 TB can I use for my motor? Is it worth using one of those Helix type spacers also?
2. What size spark plug wires and coil should I get? 8mm? 10mm?
3. What year and model electric fan can I use for this. I've seen Taurus and Lincolns work but not sure what year and what I need to pull off those for it to work.
4. Cold air intake. worth it? type to get?
5. Banks Header?

Thanks
The TB will work for most years. You just have to switch all the sensors if your 2.5l TB so it will work. With the spacer you will hear it more than you'll notice it. Plus with the TB and spacer you'll get better performance if all three components are the same size, TB, TB spacer, and intake. As far as wires go 8mm will be fine. You won't notice the difference of 10mm wires. The fan I don't have any experience with this one. (Someone else chime in) CAI definitely not a good thing with mud in an Offroad rig. I have a pacesetter header and it sounds different but not sure if it helped. With all that I have done, header, TB spacer, dynomax exhaust, MSD coil, MSD 6AL Offroad ignition, all I really notice is it runs smoother and spools up faster. And might have gained maybe 10-15 HP not enough for the money I spent (teenage years) wish I would have spent it on a V8 swap or upgrading axles.
05-24-2013 07:13 PM
wrangleryj90 I tried a cai in my 2.5 didn't make a difference and was too open for wheeling
05-24-2013 06:43 PM
usmc0331
Looking for a little info on YJ

I recently bought a 92 jeep 2.5L and been researching abit about some mods I would like to do. Like I said new to the game so some info would be appreciated. Here goes a few questions.

1. What year and model 4.0 TB can I use for my motor? Is it worth using one of those Helix type spacers also?
2. What size spark plug wires and coil should I get? 8mm? 10mm?
3. What year and model electric fan can I use for this. I've seen Taurus and Lincolns work but not sure what year and what I need to pull off those for it to work.
4. Cold air intake. worth it? type to get?
5. Banks Header?

Thanks

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