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Biscayne
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« Reply #1560 on: January 26, 2018, 06:25:28 PM »

Wow! Am I the first new member of 2018? I just picked up my first jeep ever. I guess part of my bucket list. I've had broncos, trucks, and a few other 4x4s but never a jeep. I like to say the jeep found me. I really wasn't looking for another vehicle. 4 cars with 2 licensed drivers is enough, oh well, lets make that 5 to 2 now.
I recently acquired a 1994 YJ manual trans. 166,000 miles and a little rust. I am in the process of replacing the back half frame right now. Previous owner replaced alternator, water pump, power steering pump serpentine belt, idler pulley, crankshaft pulley, shocks, brakes, brake lines and tires all in the last 4000 miles. It needs a new driver floor pan, something done about the small amount of rust on the windshield, and the rust through the kick panel. The biggest bother right now is the exhaust leak. It drives me NUTS! and I will remedy that as soon as I fix the frame. I really like the 4 banger and really like the Jeep. I can't wait to drive it here at the beach and on the beach in coastal NC. Thank you all for having such an informative site. Here is the only side shot I have, but really, if you've seen one stock 94 YJ, you've seen everything mine is.
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Jeffy
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« Reply #1561 on: January 28, 2018, 06:13:45 PM »

Welcome.

There's been a few new members but they haven't checked in.  Forum usage has dropped significantly over the past few years.  I don't promote it at all so it's all word of mouth anyway.

Again welcome and feel free to post.
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« Reply #1562 on: February 01, 2018, 04:47:48 PM »

Newbie here. Just picked up a 1999 TJ with a 2.5L that has no compression on #2 and 10 psi on #3. Looking for any performance mods I can do while I have the top end apart.
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« Reply #1563 on: February 03, 2018, 12:39:31 PM »

Welcome!  Cam's are slim pickings but they're out there.  Higher ratio rocker arms out also out there.  Port matching the intake with a 4.0L TB is very common.  Larger injectors, etc...
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"If the motor car were invented today, there is absolutely no way that any government in the world would let normal members of the public drive one."
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« Reply #1564 on: February 20, 2018, 08:49:28 PM »

Just picked up a pretty nice little Ď94 YJ to play with and do some events. Not new to 4x4 buggies but itís been a good while since my last Jeep like vehicle. Had a Ď74 FJ40 that I built from the ground up.  Dry excited about this new addition to the fold. Many ideas swirling around already. Gotta shore up that 4 banger first though... it gets a bit pissy if you stab the pedal with out a downshift and has no issues voicing her angst via a hearty backfire through the pipe... Glad to be here and look forward to the forums!
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