I'm in the market for an aluminum radiator. I was looking for recommendations and saw on one of the posts that you bought a champion so I looked up your install of it on your supermotors page. However, towards the end, I saw that you replaced it with a DNA motorsports radiator. Are you happy with it? Had any issues?
Please delete my login and I won't bother you or anyone else here any longer. I am not so full of myself that I have to post incessantly to make myself feel significant. At my age I don't sit at the childrens table for any reason.
So, tomorrow I'm going to go to the junkyard to get all the stuff for a MAF conversion. I have been going between using fiveology and getting a harness and computer from the JY. I need to go and get the air intake from a MAF truck anyway so my question to you is if it was worth it to do it yourself from a donor truck/bronco? I have been looking through all of the walkthroughs and it just seems like it might be a PITA to get one from a donor even though the price would be at a fraction of fiveology. I have a 93, 5.8L. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
Hey Jermil, my name is Dave, I am a college student at UNF in JAX.My truck is a 92 with a 5.8 and e4od. I have been reading the forum for a while and some of your write ups like the gutter rust repair and what you chose for MAF. My truck has a lot of miles on it but the 5.8 was completely rebuilt 40k ago. The mechanic that did it was no good and although it runs super strong it would idle and behave better with 289k on it than it does now. I have yet to manage the surging idle and air deprivation on first accelerations. I have chased and replaced all the vacuum lines and sensors and such but the speed density is obviously nowhere near as manageable as MAF. I know you have done yours using junkyard parts, I want to use the fiveology kit, was rerouting the wiring harness to the new computer a major pita? Ive installed some mods to my truck like ceramic short headers and saginaw but have never tapped into anything electrical. Does your truck run the way you hoped after it all? Thanks
Thanks i am out at the beach. I have been to Vilano, Huegonaugh, and St Augustine beach. Have heard about trails in Jennings State forest near Cecil and of course Ocala. Not interested in sinking my bronco if its too wet. Would love to meet maybe cars and Coffee August 8? Get a few Broncos?
Been a couple months since I have been on the forum but would like to pick your brain.
I ordered the Tweecer and followed your thread on the install. The mechanic I am using had to push my bronco in a corner a couple months and know has pulled it back out. He called today and said its all together but was having issues getting it to run.
Had to jump the solenoid....guess thats in the near future to purchase. Finally got it running for about 15 seconds but he said it sounded like it wasnt getting enough fuel and shut off.
This evening he said that the switch was in the #1 position which by your thread looks to be the wrong location.....so I have told him to switch it clockwise all the way and try it again tomorrow.
I guess the next step, once running, is to plug it up and get a baseline read. I am pretty ignorant about the process and didn't know if you or anyone else had a step by step process on the initial eec read
I still plan on hitting PP this sat. if you go, just to say don't expect any wheeling, just a beach, but fun. water gets deep fast so I wouldn't go in far myself, never mind kids on ocean side, inlet side is nice for kids. there is a 20% chance I may go to Hugonought instead. my cell is 850 464 6471 txt me if you come out.
hey Bob here. looking at soft top. I know how good your Soft Topper is, it is the best. how does it compare to the one JBG is selling for $200+ less? as this is a play toy 4th vehicle im not sure I need the very best one?