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post #10426 of 46061 Old 04-19-2012, 07:55 PM
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^Thanks for reminding me about that, I gotta change my muffler bearings before I install my y-pipe. Better now while its already apart.
You should switch to an o-pipe with an oil bypass line. You'll save many mpgs cause your recycling your exhaust gases (like a turbo, without the turbo)


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You should switch to an o-pipe with an oil bypass line. You'll save many mpgs cause your recycling your exhaust gases (like a turbo, without the turbo)
O-pipe? Never heard of it. Got a link with some info?

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Bought this for it, I'll probably mount it in the back on the storage box to keep it clean.

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Bought this for it, I'll probably mount it in the back on the storage box to keep it clean.
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You should switch to an o-pipe with an oil bypass line. You'll save many mpgs cause your recycling your exhaust gases (like a turbo, without the turbo)
I was thinking about it, but the y-pipe was cheaper. And I already have the entire engine oil bypass kit. Works wonders
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O-pipe? Never heard of it. Got a link with some info?
Here you go

http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main...products_id=42

They also have one for a dual exhaust set up.

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Bought this for it, I'll probably mount it in the back on the storage box to keep it clean.
hook up the same set up in a buddys TJ when we did his front ARB the tire inflation off that pump is useless you can air up one tire then you gotta wait 15 minutes before airing up another something about the pump not being a continuous duty pump it wont stay running



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hook up the same set up in a buddys TJ when we did his front ARB the tire inflation off that pump is useless you can air up one tire then you gotta wait 15 minutes before airing up another something about the pump not being a continuous duty pump it wont stay running

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Ever tried an ac compressor for air up? Mine fills my little tank really fast.

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Ever tried an ac compressor for air up? Mine fills my little tank really fast.
i have seen a few write ups around thought about giving it a try but alas my AC compressor dont work
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It's simple mine is one line tee'd into the pcv line, other run to a pressure switch then to my homemade tank. Just powered the switch with the other side running 12v to the clutch. Get a jy one.

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post #10436 of 46061 Old 04-19-2012, 11:26 PM
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hook up the same set up in a buddys TJ when we did his front ARB the tire inflation off that pump is useless you can air up one tire then you gotta wait 15 minutes before airing up another something about the pump not being a continuous duty pump it wont stay running

50% duty cycle, 2.5CFM. About 4.5 cubic feet per tire to get back to road pressure, call it 20 cubic feet total. No need to shut it off between tires. A few of the guys run them and it takes about 15 minutes to get 4 35's back to road pressure.
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post #10438 of 46061 Old 04-20-2012, 05:56 AM
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50% duty cycle, 2.5CFM. About 4.5 cubic feet per tire to get back to road pressure, call it 20 cubic feet total. No need to shut it off between tires. A few of the guys run them and it takes about 15 minutes to get 4 35's back to road pressure.
interesting, we wernt shutting it off it shut it self off.Might have to suggest to him about getting it checked out
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If it's got a thermal cutoff, it might shut off sooner in hot weather.
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If it's got a thermal cutoff, it might shut off sooner in hot weather.
I think it does have a thermal protection switch in it, I figure mounting it in the back will keep it a bit cooler than if I mounted it under the hood like I have seen done a few times
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