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Old 03-13-2014
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The fronts were easy and only took about 2 hours. The rear brakes took the longest because I had to drain the diff. and pull the axles to install the new caliper mount. The rear rotor went up in size to 13.8".

Since I last posted, I installed Koni Sport Struts/Shocks and a Barton short throw shifter. I'm saving for a supercharger and boss manifold. Should have them by the end of the year. My goal is 650 rwhp.
Probably will need more fuel too... I was told that 600 RWHP is about the limit for the stock fuel pump.
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Probably will need more fuel too... I was told that 600 RWHP is about the limit for the stock fuel pump.
and the injectors are 32lbs or 39lbs not sure but not enough. I would also suggest the whiteline tranny bushing so you limit the twisting that much power is going to but on the MT 82.
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The kit that I've decided on is from Beefcake racing and comes with injectors and a boost a pump. I haven't looked into the driveline changes yet. I'm sure I will have to strengthen some things due to the increase in horsepower. I will do and learn everything little by little.

Thanks for all the great advice!
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The kit that I've decided on is from Beefcake racing and comes with injectors and a boost a pump. I haven't looked into the driveline changes yet. I'm sure I will have to strengthen some things due to the increase in horsepower. I will do and learn everything little by little.

Thanks for all the great advice!
this is the bushing $65 and with my Barton shifter bracket, I have tightened up the shifting nicely. I use to miss hard 2-3 shifts but these two things eliminated it. You can read up on them at American Muscle or cj pony parts. Enjoy the new ride!!


http://www.americanmuscle.com/whitel...-kit-1114.html
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After a couple of weeks with the new shifter, I realized that I did something wrong while installing it. There was a whine every time I touched the shift knob to put it in gear. I could also hear a lot of driveline noise as well. I pulled the shifter out and realized that I didn't have the boot ring intalled back around the sheet medal opening. I installed dynamat and repositioned the boot correctly and eliminated the noise. The shifter is great and functions perfectly. A really good upgrade if you're considering a short throw shifter.

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