|Yesterday 06:11 AM|
stupid question alert!
Is there a thermostat in it? Are the two ports on the side of the thermostat housing capped off, or are they looped together?
|Yesterday 05:44 AM|
|Yesterday 05:43 AM|
|Yesterday 04:17 AM|
|cheapthrillb2||Same as my Sinister motorsports fenders. And when I drive at speed with doors off, I can feel heat coming out of the fenders onto my feet when I stick one outside the tub.|
|03-21-2017 10:30 PM|
|Twankie||I don't know how your "• Genright vented fenders." Work but is there any way they are allowing the engine bay to become pressurized at speed? That would then limit airflow through the radiator.|
|03-21-2017 09:52 PM|
|clarke2828||fan spinning the wrong way?|
|03-21-2017 10:06 AM|
I know the filter location is not ideal. On the list of things to address at a later time.
Turnkey tuned the engine. It's all good except at the very peak of RPM, the fuel pressure drops off a tiny bit. So that shouldn't have an effect going down the highway at 2000 RPM.
Yes, the radiator has a full shroud and a 16" Spal fan. Spal verified it is the best fan for my application and that the only way to get more air flow is to go to dual fans, which I don't really have room for.
|03-21-2017 09:59 AM|
How's your fuel pressure under load? If the fuel pump is not providing enough pressure then engine maybe running lean causing it to overheat.
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|03-21-2017 09:46 AM|
I highly doubt my 2 cents will help you at all....
The only things I notice from looking your description and pictures over is that your air intake seems to be in a location where you are pulling hot air in to your engine. Mine was in a similar location and gave me problems power wise. I got it closer to the fender and built a shroud which lowered my intake temps a fair amount. Secondly, is your fan shrouded so that it pulls from the whole radiator, or just the diameter of the fan?
|03-20-2017 07:11 PM|
I tried to read the whole thread looking for an answer, but only made it to 15.
I need some help with overheating. Anything more than light load and it warms up. A headwind at 55 MPH. A slight incline. Cruising on flat sand at more than 35 MPH. A long slow uphill. I usually catch it before it hits 240 then have stop and let it cool.
Heres my setup:
LJ on 40s with a stock L92 and 6L90E.
Novaks newest radiator and shroud with the flaps, which was an improvement from the other Novak radiator I had.
VA33-AP71/LL-65A which Spal verified is the best I can get.
Engine tuned by Turnkey Engine Supply on their dyno.
A/C and trans cooler in front of the radiator.
No grille inserts.
AEV vented hood.
Genright vented fenders.
Fender liners opened up some to clear coilovers and bypasses, but still mostly there.
Winch and solenoid box in front, but not blocking too much air.
OEM steam port piping used, vented to a port just below the upper radiator hose.
The heater core is currently bypassed due to a leak. That did not help at all.
I'm on the verge of having Griffin or somebody build me a custom thicker / better radiator, but it'll be well over $1K and that just sucks.
Any advice on what actually works to keep these things cool?
|03-16-2017 07:42 AM|
|waynehartwig||Dirty Dingo has a nice mount|
|03-15-2017 08:48 PM|
|03-15-2017 08:39 AM|
I ended up buying this mount.
LS1 ECU Bracket
And am sticking it sitting up on its end down in the passenger wheel well. I had to make some brackets to make it all work right, but I think its going to turn out good.
|03-13-2017 06:30 PM|
|tfi racing||Trimmed up a 2005 Blazer mount and mounted it behind the WW bucket.Guess I need a few more posts to add the pic.|
|03-11-2017 11:59 PM|
|03-09-2017 05:28 PM|
im just starting this swap on my TJ
found an L33 out of a 04 envoy
4l60e behind it with a manual shift 241c
at the same time im swaping out the stocker axles for a 44/9" combo
along with a custom 3link front and 4 link rear as well as coilovers.
i have 90% of the parts.
the hard part now is getting all the small stuff......
|03-09-2017 02:13 PM|
I have mine mounted inside the cab right where the abs or air bag or whatever it is computer used to be right next to the firewall on the trans tunnel
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|03-09-2017 01:38 PM|
|cheapthrillb2||I bought the s10 blaze mount and bolted it to the inner fender of my Sinister motorsports fenders.|
|03-09-2017 11:25 AM|
|03-08-2017 08:17 PM|
I mounted mine on top of Chevy canister.
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|03-08-2017 08:11 PM|
What has everyone used to mount their pcm in a tj? Where have you located it? pictures would be awesome
I'm thinking on the tray under the master cylinder on the drivers side. Or moving my emissions canister there and putting the pcm on top of the fender where the canister was......
|02-13-2017 07:08 AM|
|02-12-2017 12:44 PM|
|cheapthrillb2||I currently use my old s5 and Bluetooth to the LS ecm. But I thought there was a bolt in cluster that worked via Bluetooth.|
|02-12-2017 12:37 PM|
|02-12-2017 06:41 AM|
|cheapthrillb2||What company makes the Bluetooth instrument cluster again?|
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