I am not saying it for where the tire will find itself when flexing, I am saying it because that is a lot of overhang in the rear. It might be the angle, but that looks long for an LJ with 4" and 35"s.
Your just jealous you dont have an LJ. The overhang is well worth it, I would not go back to a regular tj on a bet.
could it be anything but a hemi? to many ls1's out there already, and hotwire can make a harness for a hemi into a tj, it would be the easiest way to go IMO. I wasnt happy with the 4l60e tranny in my jeep, i like the 545rfe transmission alot better, shifts real nice.
No need? And a diesel would be a greener and more powerful route BUT...nobody wants to run a cummins 6 in a jeep...so awesome that would be..Tow the Buggy to the trail with an LJ pulling 400hp and 900 ft lbs of torque
Originally Posted by LuckRider
You know you want the 6.7L Hemi, but what about kicking it up a notch and getting the 8.4L V10 from a viper.... 600HP
and the 6.7L is the cummins not the Hemi there is the 5.7 and the 6.1L Unless I'm mistaken.. which given my incomprehensible expanse of knowledge on the subject
is 99% likely that I'm wrong
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Be very careful with the wife mod. Uninstallation can be extremely expensive. Wife mods have been known to take the Jeep and all other mods during the uninstall process. Also, make sure you service your wife mod properly as often as humanly possible. Wife mods not properly serviced may malfunction or uninstall themselves at any time.
The LSx motor in a Jeep are great but they take a little bit more work to make California Smog legal. Since I'm hoping to make this my Daily driver I want something that will be easy to smog. I'm looking for a 2006+ 5.7 Hemi from a 4x4 pickup.
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