Going to install this prior to motor swap, want to make sure it's working, one less headache after the swap.
so I need to trace the hot wire back , and add a relay for the connection?
I'm really psyched to get the new motor going!
I installed the summit hei dist and has to be the best upgrade I have done a 1 wire upgrade I call it . I have an 89 yj 4.2 and my idle smoothed out and I can actually keep it at 400 rpm with out dying worth the money ill say that much
I'm very happy with my Stealth HEI set-ups. Runs way better, and no trouble from them Even happier with my msd6a and blaster coil with the duraspark dist. If there's enough power in my battery to turn the engine even once, that msd'll fire it right up.
And they were all free.
Beauty is in the eye of the jeepowner.
Super easy install, and runs way better!!!
Haven'tset timing yet, but just going down the road it feels way better.
Hardest part of install was explaining to parts store mgr that I needed hei wires...
clearance is tight with the air pump hoses, but Ima ditch that junk when new motor goes in!
Smart move to get it running first. Will make the engine break in easier.
You might also consider getting an extra ignition control module for it before too long. Part DR100. It's cheap (like 20 bucks) and easy to replace. But if it goes out and you are in the middle of BFE your truck isn't going to run. Cheap insurance.
It took a few years for mine to go but when they do they do.
82 Cherokee WT - SOA/SF/agr box/Borgeson ujoint steering shaft/401/performer/holley TA/HEI/BeCool/727/np208/d44(aussie)/amc20(ARB)/BFG 35X12.5/Corbeau Moab Seats/RCI 6point Harness,Hella Aux lights/tuffy console/killer32 slider bars/custom bumpers and roll bar/Alpine head unit/amps/speakers 2002 Liberty Limited Early edition - Basically stock