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post #1 of 3 Old 03-04-2013, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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AX-15 Flywheel

I am working on putting an AX-15 in my CJ7 and I am wondering, can I use the 4.2s flywheel with the AX-15 flywheel/starter?

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post #2 of 3 Old 03-04-2013, 10:04 PM
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The flywheel and starter have to be matched whichever you use. If you are putting MPFI on this jeep use the flywheel for the AX15 donor as the CPS reads the notches in the flywheel. I've read that the clutch and pressure plate should match the transmission but I'm not sure how compatible the 4.2L flywheel is with that set up.

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The flywheel and starter have to be matched whichever you use. If you are putting MPFI on this jeep use the flywheel for the AX15 donor as the CPS reads the notches in the flywheel. I've read that the clutch and pressure plate should match the transmission but I'm not sure how compatible the 4.2L flywheel is with that set up.
I have a 4.0L I intend to use in the future but I am going to run the 4.2L for now. Sounds like I will need the 4.0 flywheel now then. I can use the starter from the 4.0l so that is no problem.

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