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Unread 02-10-2013, 12:40 AM   #31
SunDevilJeeper
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Those hood vents are awesome. Did you buy them online or just from a bone yard?
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You might have seen my YJ, cause as in one of my earlier posts I was saying how I was surprised how fast mine is. Not sure if I bought a Stroker but this thing will hit 100 pretty easily - hence the hood vents.

Plus the added bonus of they look sweet!
I managed to get my 4 Banger on 4.10s and 33s up to 91 before it started losing power again, mostly because of an incline. I was still going 75 by the time I hit the top. That high speed stretch was on flat land too, no tail winds that I could feel either. I was never able to do it again for some reason though.

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Funny u say that. The winds round Palm Springs are really strong. Going there I was going 100 coming back I couldn't break 40!
Many a time I passed through Palm Springs going westbound. It got so bad one time that I had to pull over, and when I did, my Jeep started rolling backward on a slight decline. I spent 45 minutes waiting for a semi to come along to draft off of, a flatbed came along so I took it. Drafted off him all the way into Fontana before I was able to hold my own.

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Unread 02-10-2013, 11:19 PM   #32
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I'd like to call BS on this one. I've never seen a Jeep, much less a YJ, go over 100mph with stock components and since the poster doesn't have an info listed about their vehicle. I'm calling it ----- BS.


My hood used to bounce until I replaced the rubber feet that cushion the hood to the fenders.
I had my ZJ up to 182KMH as per my GPS, which is about 113mph and my YJ up to 85mph. Felt like it could've gone further but I was too scared to push it any more!
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