Replace 2.5 with a 4.0???
I doubt my 2.5 will last much longer turning the 33's I have on my YJ. Besides, its too damn slow. (I bought it this way)
When the time comes to replace the engine, I dont want another 4 cylinder, now do I really want or need an 8 cylinder in there.
I would like to put in a rebuilt 6 cylinder.
Now my question, I have a 1990 YJ, what problems will arise dropping in a 6? Will alot have to be changed and modified? Are there any computer concerns I need to think about?
Im sure if I stick with a carburator that will make it somewhat easier. Right?
Also, is the 6 cylinder gonna make a big difference over the 4 cylinder that I have now? Like I said, I have 33's on it and would like to keep them.
Quadratec, from what I hear has really good rebuilt's, and the free shipping is surely a bonus. Do you all agree?
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