Originally Posted by jsawduste
Doable but not truly a bolt on.
Depending on your altitude and exhaust efficiency you may need to run larger injectors as the stock injector duty cycle will likely not flow enough fuel. Bumping the fuel pressure is a given no matter what.
One phenomena with the larger TB will be a pronounced flat spot in the low/mid RPM range. This is the Closed Loop ECM tuning at work and it is tough to totally eliminate.
I`ve finally got mine running what I consider to be pretty good after playing with timing, fuel pressure, injector phasing and throttle plate air bleeds. Even so the plan is to convert to OBD2 over the winter and have the ability to reprogram the ECM.
Hope your gonna do a write up on the OBDII switch.
The throttle body spacer doesnt really help fuel injection.
1995 YJ. 2 inch BDS Spring lift. 1 inch shackle lift. 1.25 inch JKS Body Lift 33x12.5x15's. Engo 10,000 pound winch.
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