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Unread 05-05-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
horseshoe
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1989 wrangle yj

working on modifying the engine--keeping the stock 258 long block --but went to a comp cam --a jet quadrajet (4 bbl)--new water pump--new oil pump--new valves and seats--borla headers--cant wait to get it together to see how it runs--the original engine had 210K and compression was excellent--so I left the pistons-rings and bearing alone--anyone have any ideas while I have this thing apart???? I am an old street racer and instead of jacking my jeep up--I want to lower it about 2-3 inches for a little better handling other than just straight ways--I want this for show and go (fast) without a v-8 conversion

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