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Unread 12-22-2005, 01:39 AM   #1
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Biggest Tire

I have a turbo Charged 2.5 L 4cyl so Power is not a problem for me.. I dont do heavy off-roading. I cant fit up to about 36's under my Jeep My question is what can the stock tranny and rears handle with out blowing them out with some mild mudding and mainly on road driving.>>>

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Unread 12-22-2005, 01:52 AM   #2
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33", 35 if you want to push it.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 01:35 PM   #3
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turbo charged 4 banger huh? that be cool to see, have any pics? can you do faster than 75 on the highway now or was it not that much of an improvement?
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Unread 12-22-2005, 01:55 PM   #4
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sorry to hijack but you have a 2.5L turbocharged? please pm all the info you have on this.

oh and to answer your question i would just go w/ 33"s since you are not going to be doing much hardcore wheeling 33's will give you nice performance on and off road and good looks.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 01:59 PM   #5
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no way i can do 90 on the free way.. .I bought a Manual from a guy for 20 bucks on how to do it... it moves real good and only runs about 7lbs of boost.. it isnt alot of cost either if u get a used turbo from a dodge daytona or something.. i have 31's now and i can move pretty good
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:18 PM   #6
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we are installin a turbo into my jeep. I have bought a manual on how to do it from a guy who has turbo charged his jeep. i need bigger injectors though. I will be using and adjustable map sensor so iam pretty sure that will kinda cancel the computer out. but anybody know some cars that have them in stock
What injectors did you go with? And I want to see some pics too. A $20 book from a guy and a junkyard turbo; sounds easy.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:27 PM   #7
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wow it'd be nice to be able to do that...probs didn't hurt your gas mileage too too much either. plus the sound of a blow off valve on the jeep would just be worth it in itself haha man that'd be nice
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:42 PM   #8
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i used 36lb per hour fuel injectors.. it really is easy if you know what your doin.. not sure what is extremely funny about it.?? i would line it up again ur jeep n.e day
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:46 PM   #9
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i used 36lb per hour fuel injectors.. it really is easy if you know what your doin.. not sure what is extremely funny about it.?? i would line it up again ur jeep n.e day
Still no pics?
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:50 PM   #10
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On 12-8 we had a little disagreement as to what all needed to be done to properly install a turbo on a yj, I'm suprised you got it all installed and dialed in already with junkyard parts. Thats awesome. I would love to see some pice of it.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 02:56 PM   #11
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no way i can do 90 on the free way.. .I bought a Manual from a guy for 20 bucks on how to do it... it moves real good and only runs about 7lbs of boost.. it isnt alot of cost either if u get a used turbo from a dodge daytona or something.. i have 31's now and i can move pretty good
cant do 90? really? i can do 90. i dont need to and havent since i was 18 and really stupid. got a ticket for doing 92MPH in a 45 or 55. was trying to get it to 100MPH.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 03:13 PM   #12
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all the 4cyl Turbo fieros were the same 2.5L jeep uses?

why's it so unbelievable?


in an engine bay as huge as a 4 cyl Jeep it'd be easy....the hardest part is making the manifold and hardpiping....but anyone with a welder and some balls (and a few spare manifolds ) could do it....especially at 7psi


i'm not saying he has it or he doesn't


but it really isn't that hard if you're dead set on doing it
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Unread 12-22-2005, 03:21 PM   #13
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Hey, i wasn't saying he didn't do it, I said I was suprised he did it so quickly. But there is alot more than just weldin in some pipin, especally when we are talking about these computer comtrolled models. He has a 92 so there is ALOT more going into it. I woulnd't be so suprised if he had purchased a kit but he is doing this from junkyard parts. So I would just like to see some pics, if it looks good I would be intrested in buying the manuel he has purchased. Besides Fiero's had the same block thats about it, different heads, intakes, exhaust everything else, so it wouldn't be a bolt up application like a lift. With all the needed map adjustments to reset timing to compensate for the added heat that would cause predentation of the fuel and to recurve the stock air/ fuel ratio so the computer wouldn't try to continously try to correct a rich/ lean condition. It would be very difficult with out a BDOII reader and a dyno, to properly do it. Thats to get the most for your buck. NOw to just throw a turbo on there alet it go you would be rebuiliding real quick.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 03:22 PM   #14
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cant do 90? really? i can do 90. i dont need to and havent since i was 18 and really stupid. got a ticket for doing 92MPH in a 45 or 55. was trying to get it to 100MPH.


some how i translated "no way i can do 90 on the free way" to mean "no way dude i can totally do 90" could just be me........

anywayz post up some pics
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Unread 12-22-2005, 03:56 PM   #15
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Hey, i wasn't saying he didn't do it, I said I was suprised he did it so quickly. But there is alot more than just weldin in some pipin, especally when we are talking about these computer comtrolled models. He has a 92 so there is ALOT more going into it. I woulnd't be so suprised if he had purchased a kit but he is doing this from junkyard parts. So I would just like to see some pics, if it looks good I would be intrested in buying the manuel he has purchased. Besides Fiero's had the same block thats about it, different heads, intakes, exhaust everything else, so it wouldn't be a bolt up application like a lift. With all the needed map adjustments to reset timing to compensate for the added heat that would cause predentation of the fuel and to recurve the stock air/ fuel ratio so the computer wouldn't try to continously try to correct a rich/ lean condition. It would be very difficult with out a BDOII reader and a dyno, to properly do it. Thats to get the most for your buck. NOw to just throw a turbo on there alet it go you would be rebuiliding real quick.


no i fully agree with you, but come on

how many ricers do YOU know who buy the edelbrock turbo kits for their cars and hook them up without a new ECU, tunign their ECU, touching their fuel pump or injectors and so on?

i know a few

i wasn't arguing with you, i was just saying maybe he just slapped it on and went with it?
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