WOW that looks really slick but also a good time. Great pictures.
I think we'll have to make another trip and you show me how its done on the left side. Sucks you couldn't make it. I hope you're feeling better.Like a bouncer? A bouncer would have gone up the left side! 😉
Just kidding buddy. I remember that hill. It’s nasty, and the pics don’t show how gnarly it is. Can’t imagine it wet.
Sorry I missed the trip.
I think I'm going to try to get some more air out of it. Definitely will not be LS swapping it unless you want to fund it and come do all the work for me. I need it done by April... ThanksI think those Chrysler motors do have an issue with trapped air. I believe I fought with that for a while with my 5.2. you should probably just LS swap it to be safe.
They are very proud of that radiator and fan setup. As nice as it is I cannot see myself spending $1300 on it.I've always been told that the 5.9 had cooling issues and this was why it was only offered for 1 year in the Grand Cherokee and even in some of the Ram trucks it was a problem.
I don't have any great ideas or suggestions other than a better radiator and if you're going to go to an electric fan you should use the one that Jeep got for his rig.
The shop he got the fan from sells a nice conversion radiator & 16" SPAL brushless fan setup it's just spendy.
1987-2006 JEEP Wrangler (YJ&TJ) Crossflow Aluminum Radiator (Chevy V8) (wizardcooling.com)
They are VERY proud of that setup. I'm going to be trying out my brass radiator first and see how it does. And I also need to measure once I have things together how much room I have. I don't know if my engine was moved forward or not. If it was I don't have room for a manual fan and have to stay with the electric and might have to see about getting that same SPAL Jeff did.They are very proud of that radiator and fan setup. As nice as it is I cannot see myself spending $1300 on it.