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Old February 7th, 2011, 02:55 PM   #301
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why ask if you are just going to do the opposite
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Old February 7th, 2011, 03:14 PM   #302
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why ask if you are just going to do the opposite
Like was stated above, if I have overheating issues this pump can be moved to in the tank.

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Old February 8th, 2011, 08:21 AM   #303
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Radiator...http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Griffi...Core,3555.html


Not sure if the size is right, have to get dimensions that will fit my jeep to be sure. Think this is a decent price? I don't have the unlimited income like some of you high rollers.
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Old February 8th, 2011, 08:51 AM   #304
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I went with this one for my CJ8. Not sure if the grill opening is the same on the CJ and TJ.

http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS+Performan...52036/10002/-1

The reason I did this one is it is a double pass. The fluid enters the top passenger side, flows to the drivers side, drops to the bottom half and flows back to the passenger side. This puts both the input and output on the passenger side, which matches better what the engine outputs are.

You can do that style, just need to route a longer hose for the top one.
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Old February 8th, 2011, 01:37 PM   #305
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JEGS Performance Products 52035 Double Pass Racing Radiator 22" w x 19" h Overall 16" w x 17-1/2" h Core Double Pass Lightweight Aluminum Racing Radiator with Passenger Side Inlet/Outlet Item# 555-52035 Ships 02/11/11 Only $229.99


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Old February 8th, 2011, 04:33 PM   #306
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I have an external pump on my rig and my last rig also. Its a ford f250 frame rail pump that is like 80 dollars and have never had a problem and they are always in stock at advanced auto.
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I have an external pump on my rig and my last rig also. Its a ford f250 frame rail pump that is like 80 dollars and have never had a problem and they are always in stock at advanced auto.
Yeah, the e2000 and e8248 pumps I believe are Ford van pumps...
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Old February 8th, 2011, 08:18 PM   #308
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I mentioned it on pirate but i dont remember if I said it here.... The E8248 made by Airtex can be mounted in the tank or on the rail. I called Airtex to see if it was possible and they said it is the exact same as an in tank pump with a different inlet.

I cant seem to find a picture of my setup..... I'm going to dig deeper!
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Old February 8th, 2011, 08:25 PM   #309
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Burried somewhere on gl4x4.... found the pic, just not where it's home is!

Behold the perfection! not really... but it's good enough to get me going until some issues show up.

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I have an external pump on my rig and my last rig also. Its a ford f250 frame rail pump that is like 80 dollars and have never had a problem and they are always in stock at advanced auto.
Yeah, frame rail pumps work fine if you don't wheel hard.
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Old February 8th, 2011, 11:22 PM   #311
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headers showed up here today. sandersons bare steel. the pass side doesn't fit round the novak motor mount. sucks, thats the only motor mount that fit worth a crap. for some reason i thought becky was buying novak headers. for anyone doing a ls swap, i wouldn't go with the novak mounts.
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headers showed up here today. sandersons bare steel. the pass side doesn't fit round the novak motor mount. sucks, thats the only motor mount that fit worth a crap. for some reason i thought becky was buying novak headers. for anyone doing a ls swap, i wouldn't go with the novak mounts.
I called Novak and placed the order so i could ask them specifically if these would work with those mounts, his answer was "absolutely". The mounts were on back order because they redesigned them this year......looks like that was a bad idea for them.....and in turn for me.
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Old February 9th, 2011, 07:32 AM   #313
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Burried somewhere on gl4x4.... found the pic, just not where it's home is!

Behold the perfection! not really... but it's good enough to get me going until some issues show up.

Is that fuel filter going to sit inside the tank?

I will probably be building a fuel system like this for my TJ because i do not want to lose any interior space.
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Wierd, mine appears to clear OK, although I did more test fitting on my drivers side. I will take a look tonight. Mine is a CJ, maybe the mounts are different
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Wierd, mine appears to clear OK, although I did more test fitting on my drivers side. I will take a look tonight. Mine is a CJ, maybe the mounts are different
When did you order them? I ordered mine in Dec....they were on hold for like 3 weeks because they had just redesigned them and were still in production. Guessin they should have stuck with the old version.
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I have the new style also. But they are a different part number for the CJs than the TJs.
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Looking at Novak's site, my mounts look completely different than their TJ mounts.

For what its worth, I think that 'Novaks' header appear to be sanderson block huggers. THey look identical to the ones I got yesterday.

Novak's headers: (called CCLS1)

http://www.novak-adapt.com/catalog/h...v8_headers.htm


Here's sandersons's LS1 block huggers (called CC1LS1)

http://www.sandersonheaders.com/Sand...er-Header.html

Here are pictures of the sandersons I got yesterday. I didn't do the passenger side, since that requires removing the oil dipstick and I was on my way to bowling...

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In the 2nd picture, you can see the location of the mount. The mount is under the 2nd cylinder back, the headers dump at the number 3 cyl. My motor plates are in the center of the 3 holes. You could gain 1/4 - 3/8 clearance or so moving them to the rear-most set of holes. Might help?
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Old February 9th, 2011, 01:09 PM   #318
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Wouldn't the stock manifolds have worked? I really don't think the headers are going to add anything to a stock engine except heat......and cost......and headache.
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Wouldn't the stock manifolds have worked? I really don't think the headers are going to add anything to a stock engine except heat......and cost......and headache.
On YJs, its not too hard. On TJs, the frame narrows due to the coil buckets and its hard to clear.

There are some OEM stamped manifolds for one of the corvettes that are almost factory block huggers.


But the wierd thing is that if she has the CC1LS1 headers those ARE the header that Novak recommends....
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Old February 9th, 2011, 05:07 PM   #320
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Headers are supposed to be to Kevins today and comp/harness being sent out to Jimsperformance this afternoon.

Decided on the Airtex E8248 for a fuel pump. Jim, I know you are set against external pumps, worse case .....this one can be moved to in the tank.

Bryce....thanks for taking the time to help out a newbie
I replaced my fuel pump with an airtex e3501m (01 2500hd with 6.0) and it lasted just over a year with 10k before it wouldn't put out more than 53psi , sending unit lasted a month.... This time I bucked up and went with a delphi. After some research I found that people dont have luck with the cheaper fuel pumps. I know you have a different application, but I will never buy airtex again
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