Join Date: May 2009
Location: NW Wisconsin
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OBDI & Late Intake Model (TJ)
I concur with Spook2. I currently have the Mopar MPI Kit based on 95 4.0L Wrangler. Hoping to sell it, once I contrive my own. Hoping to grab a 99-02 (?) intake manifold, visit the junkyard for what can be found and purchase individual components that are superior to stock. HESCOS makes the kit, so if needed, a phone call will take care of the remaining components.
U could swap 4.0 head at the same time: reportedly 40 HP / 10% MPG due to air flow. Casting is 7120 (91-95 Wrangler): Better air flow than newer head.
I have a 62 mm throttle body with the corresponding spacer, but a greater gain in volume would be achieved with the other intake. I hoping to find the OBDI (MPI kit is based on: 1st generation) fuel ruel and use the existing TB /S.
Ton of info on this, u should be able to find the Instructions / Parts list online or just have a shop take care if it.
The Vibration Damper, CPS sensor (HESCOS (External) vs Advanced Adaptors (In bell housing), throttle body (spacer later?), distributor (need to research this some more: MSD / Mallary use sin wave?), coil, fuel pump, injectors are a few of more expensive components.
You can run a single line set-up or 2-line set-up. HESCO now sells a block/plug to convert a dual to a single line. Depends of climate / application.