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Unread Yesterday, 02:50 PM   #1
KrwlinTJ
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97 TJ 4cyl to 6 cyl swap in progress.

This is to all the nah sayers out there that say it is too much work. LOL

Here are just a couple of pictures of what i have gotten done, inculding installing the electric fan. The fan is not connected yet, just trimmed and installed onto the radiator.

The motor is in and mounts burned to the frame. The wiring harness is all hooked up and in place. Got all the stuff from a donor jeep. The motor came out of a 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the complete engine harness and computer, ax15 is from a 98 jeep tj sahara. The hardest part was just setting the mounts onto the frame, but luckily is was able to take pictures and measurements from the 98 sahara. Still need to get the exhaust in, some sensors, hoses, air box, and some wiring to finish. Iam only able to work on this a few hrs a day before work. Also doing a dana 300 with northwest fab reverse cables and ring to flip it to driver side drop. Also ordered the kilby bracket to run on board air via the York 10 compressor.

I ll try to update this as make more progress.

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Get the 99 manifold intake and get a bit more power.
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Get the 99 manifold intake and get a bit more power.
I'll add that to the do list.
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