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  1. Jeep CJ Forum
    I have a '77 cj5 with the 304 and prestolite ignition. I have decided to upgrade my distributor and ignition module from the prestolite version to the duraspark version. I wanted to know whether the red or white wires can handle full battery voltage or do I need to put a resistor inline to lower...
  2. Jeep CJ Forum
    In the Teamrush upgrade the first point talks about a bit of fabrication. What exactly is the fabrication that needs to be done to mate the new cap and distributor base? Just trying have as many details before I jump into this upgrade. I have been told I am pretty much there anyways.
  3. Jeep CJ Forum
    Hello! This is my 1st post to the jeepforum.com, and I have been reading these threads for the last 4 months since I bought my CJ-7. So thank you in advance, many have helped me get through some questions. I am at the point of wiring my ignition in my '84 CJ-7, and I have come across something...
  4. Jeep CJ Forum
    A productive Sunday and Monday: Upgraded valve cover to an Omix aluminum one, new gasket (Felpro Black), upgraded Ford distributor cap and rotor (Team Rush), new plugs, new wires, new thermostat and gasket, new oil & filter, cleaned and painted air cleaner, and topped off tranny fluid. Cranked...
  5. Jeep CJ Forum
    I installed the 79 Ford F150 adapter and brass terminal cap/rotor. I'm finishing up the plug wires today (MSD 8.5 mm superconductor). I will be installing an MSD 6A CDI ingnition module on Monday. What's the optimum gap for my plugs after these upgrades?
  6. Jeep CJ Forum
    I have posted a few things on the forum but it looks like it's time to put up more pics of the CJ I have started on. It belonged to one of my brothers for a long time and has been sitting for years now. He sold it to my dad, kinda hoping dad would fix it up and give it back to him, and dad...
  7. Jeep CJ Forum
    Did a LOT of searching and wasn't able to find anything on this topic. Are there any good 'manuals' on distributor wiring to the plugs? I'm going to be doing the teamrush upgrade (new cap, new wires, new plugs) this weekend on my 304, but I'm by no means an expert on it and could use any...
  8. Jeep CJ Forum
    OOOOokay, where to begin, this is getting frustrating, im thinking it might be the ignition switch, but i could be wrong. read on and tell me what you think. Let me start over. I have a 76cj5 with the 232. Over the weekend I successfully(mostly) did the team rush +msd ignition upgrade. She...
  9. Jeep CJ Forum
    Noob Here...so first Drinks are on me! 1979 258 I-6 I bought a project and started to do the "Team Rush" upgrade. But my distributor screw holes and recesses (for the screws to hold the distributor together) are 90 degrees from each other. All of the other pictures I have seen (and the...
  10. YJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Hey all, I am planning to do the Team Rush upgrade to my 4.2L. All ignition components are stock, including the coil. I am keeping the stock coil for the time being as it still works well. Just replaced the stock cap and rotor and have her running smooth again (on the cheap) with no missing but...
  11. Jeep CJ Forum
    Performance Or Budget Rebuild NOW WITH VIDEO! So I've got my 258 pulled because of low compression and I'm debating on what to do with it. I've kicked the idea of going with a crate motor to the curb. I'm sticking with the 4.2, I'm not going to build a stroker or put on a 4.0 head. I'm staying...
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