post #1 of Old 11-11-2008, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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Team Rush!! Just Finished

Jeep Hammer and gang I just finished my TR upgrade took about 30 min from start to finish....I did buy a new TFI coil from NAPA along with new cap & rotor and of course Belkin wires..My only trip was to a Junk Yard for the TFI coil took it off a mercury sable...$5....( the junk yard does give you a firecracker to run off any critters).....SO I have about $85 in the TR and it fired right up...I changed the timing and WOW what a difference no more popping or hesitation....Thanks again!!


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....( the junk yard does give you a firecracker to run off any critters).....
How big do the critters get in Fort Myers anyway?
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LOl...mostly cats and rats...but they will startle you when you open a hood...

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That's a new one for me, firecrackers to scare out the varmints in the engine compartment. I could go for that. Pretty uptown junkyard.
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TEAMRUSH works great!!!!

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Jeep Hammer and gang I just finished my TR upgrade took about 30 min from start to finish....I did buy a new TFI coil from NAPA along with new cap & rotor and of course Belkin wires..My only trip was to a Junk Yard for the TFI coil took it off a mercury sable...$5....( the junk yard does give you a firecracker to run off any critters).....SO I have about $85 in the TR and it fired right up...I changed the timing and WOW what a difference no more popping or hesitation....Thanks again!!
Hey Neals80,

I did the TEAMRUSH upgrade also and it worked great even replacing all brand new parts on rebuilt engine. I got 15% better pep and mileage.

Thanks for posting up, JeepHammer does have a winner with this!!!!

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Fred

Don't forget to add the ground wire to head(s) and ground wire to the input of the DuraSpark Ignition modual if you have one (black wire).
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Jeep Hammer and gang I just finished my TR upgrade took about 30 min from start to finish....I did buy a new TFI coil from NAPA along with new cap & rotor and of course Belkin wires..My only trip was to a Junk Yard for the TFI coil took it off a mercury sable...$5....( the junk yard does give you a firecracker to run off any critters).....SO I have about $85 in the TR and it fired right up...I changed the timing and WOW what a difference no more popping or hesitation....Thanks again!!

You want to spend another $8 bucks and about 1/2 hour, Install the dist spring kit.
You will notice alot more torque right off a Idle.
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where did u get you upgrade kit???

1986 CJ-7 258 Dana 30 front Dana 44 rear Dana 300 T-case
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You want to spend another $8 bucks and about 1/2 hour, Install the dist spring kit.
You will notice alot more torque right off a Idle.
Are they not too difficult to install? No springs popping out...boing oing oing?

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where did u get you upgrade kit???
Are you asking about the spring kit?

The Kit was a Mr Gasket I think the # was 925D

Take a few min and read the thread below

I ordered it from Advanced Auto Parts they were the only one I found that could aquire the set and not charge $10 UPS for a $8 package.

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Are they not too difficult to install? No springs popping out...boing oing oing?
It was very easy. Below is a thread where all was discussed a few weeks ago.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/team-rush-ignition-coil-connector-wiring-595104/
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