Just rolled the jeep out of the garage washed it off and took some pics.
I installed a SunPro Super Tach II yesterday, there are three settings on the back 4,6,8 cylinder I initially set it to 4 cyl but the idle was about 1500 rpm, I moved the switch to 8 and it was a 750. Cruising around yesterday I was seeing 1500 to 1700 at about 55 mph. I'm expecting good gas mileage but won't know for sure til I get exhaust and O2 sensors installed and can drive it for a long stretch but will report back on mileage.
I carpeted the interior with a carpet set bought off ebay. It's not as perfect as I would have liked but it's not shabby. The transmission tunnel cover I bought from Novak as the shifters would not go through the stock setup. I still have to get a shift boot for the transmission.
Looking at front of engine bay. my fuel lines are held by clamps to the firewall and then transition to steel fuel line. I bought the fuel lines from Summit all the fittings and lines were about 100 bucks. Aluminum will work harden so they have to be smartly fastened to prevent flexing and cracking.
My electricals are all ziptied and or covered in cladding.
A picture of my electrical setup. The fan controller box is near the radiator, my ODBII connector then my four ckt fuse box and PCM. Brendan at Lt1Swap deserves credit for programming my pcm and for the help in wiring.
The fan is a FlexiLite dual fan setup. I got in a trade. It has a controller box mounted on driver side fender. I initially had it wired to the ignition ckt and that caused the engine to run after shutdown, so I rewired to battery direct. The fan sucks air through the radiator like my exwife,,,,wooooooo it works good.
The brake booster is off a 95 wrangler bought off ebay. The reservoir from a 95 wrangler too but bought new from autozone. I used a tilman racing 3/4 bore mini mc for the clutch with remote reservoir.
Passenger side view of air intake and stock radiator hose. This hose actually came from the donor vehicle and fit well enough. The radiator is a three core radiator I bought off ebay. I had to have a steamport bung welded to the side of it that's the hose laying on top of the catch can. The radiator cap is some cheap chinese thing and i'll be replacing that soon. So far the engine stay at 195 and yesterday it was 119 degrees outside.
Transmission mounting bracket. When I have more money I can have this turned into a full fledge skid plate.
The dash of course made by Justin of CashCustomCreations he doesn't "do Jeep" stuff so I'm not sure if anybody who likes his work could convince him to do anything. Plus he may be cost prohibitive. I paid for shop time which was 25 an hour, his labor and materials were free.
The ignition switch is from JoesRacing.com model 46100. Even though I removed the stock ignition switch the tumbler still locks and still requires the key to unlock. I plan on putting a battery disconnect switch in too.
Smittybilt center console I bought off Amazon.com. Finally a cup holder and a place to put something.