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post #436 of 441 Old 11-08-2012, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by bmgadg View Post
I redid the short rubber lines and used the right clips to lock onto the rails. You shouldn't have to do anything to the fuel pump.
Is there a part number for the right rubber lines and clips? I haven't looked at them in awhile so I have to get my butt back outside and start on this beast.

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post #437 of 441 Old 11-09-2012, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Rynfw100 View Post
Is there a part number for the right rubber lines and clips? I haven't looked at them in awhile so I have to get my butt back outside and start on this beast.
No just browe the fuel line isle at o'reilly and find something that works. Just make sure you get the fuel injection rated hose instead of the weaker carb hose.

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post #438 of 441 Old 06-07-2013, 07:36 AM
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Just so you know everything on the 5.9 is metric so those 3/8s bell housing bolts are incorrect. I get my 5.9 tomorrow can't wait to get started on this.
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post #439 of 441 Old 01-03-2014, 09:40 PM
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slowly reading threw your whole build thread, i currently have a carbed 360 and i'm hopefully picking up an ax15 tomorrow

its a rusty one
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post #440 of 441 Old 01-04-2014, 04:43 AM
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Don't forget the front bearing retainer for the ax15 if your using an external slave. The later ax15s had a sleeve the throw out bearing would slide on. Something i didnt see listed in this thread. That's all I'm waiting on as of right now. I wish I could get some measurements for the front motor mounts on how high up the frame you welded them and what angle your motor is sitting. It seams I welded mine up pretty high so I have little clearance between the throttle and hood. Wanted to run a round open air cleaner but seems ill have to go with a dakota or Zj intake cap. Also my motor is angled back about 6. I had to remove the transfer case drop to get the correct angle I wanted for the motor.
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post #441 of 441 Old 03-20-2016, 09:08 PM
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Fuel pressure regulator setup


Hopefully you still get this from an old post. I also have a 318 in my yj and was curious about your fuel setup.

I have the Grand Cherokee fuel rail, and it runs well most of the time, but occasionally dies at idle under certain conditions. Cornering, braking, or engine-braking then coasting will all do it.

The Grand Cherokee fuel pressure regulator is set at 39 psi, whereas the 318 requires 49psi, so that could be part of it. (maybe worth fixing for improved performance)

You mentioned that yours was dying if you cornered too hard- which you fixed with your fuel pump setup. Did that definitely solve it? What did you change about your pump (I currently have an external pump with a hose dropping into the tank)?

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