I've Ordered. I've Waited. I've paced.
IT'S HERE! My 4.0L Throttle Body from www.soonerjeep.com The very greatest Online Jeep Resurection clinic(junk yard) in the United States. Now I am just taking the initial steps of cleaning the unit and my suprise it still has both electrical plugs installed, it is not just the TB, Now On all the reviews I have read about this type of mod, all user replaced the AIS motor and electrical fittings with the 2.5L fittings. Should I leave the 4.0L electrical fittings on, or replace them with the 2.5L fittings?
03-06-2002 10:02 AM
Leave them on they are the same...
I have left mine on and still no problems.. have you looked into the poweraid spacer?
It will up the power another 5-7HP..
03-06-2002 10:50 AM
Okay thanks for the info, I have the 4.0L PowerAid TB spacer - version also, was just waiting to install both at the same time. Part # 310-510 :)
03-06-2002 09:24 PM
Well, their installed. Installation was a snap removal and install. Engine revved a little high the first ignition then slowly revved back down. Idles kinda low, (700) then occasionaly idles at 1500. The Torque increase is definetly noticeable. The Accelerator pedal feels harder and firmer. That is probably due to the increase in size of the TB itself. The Spacer makes sort of a whistle sound as you accelerate but eh, small price to pay for the added pickup.
Just thought I'd let ya all know how it went!
03-07-2002 09:42 AM
If you don't mind me asking..what did that cost ya?
03-07-2002 11:09 AM
The Spacer costs 69.99 and the throttle body cost 75$. It was worth it. :)