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This thing has been a constant project since the day I bought it. :(





But it has beaten an unsuspecting Mustang GT owner along with being dead even with an Audi TT. :laughing:
 

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And I still have a lot of work left on it. I just hope it's all worth it when I'm done.
 

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Last year was a bad year for me so, not too much had gotten done on it. This year looks to be a little better.
 

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cool jeep didn't know you had done the transplant
 

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It took about 6 weeks to do, along with a few other minor mods. With a swap like this one, I ran into small little problems along the way which required research, tracking down, and ordering parts to make everything work correctly.

I did have fun doing it and all my Jeep buddies love it and all the power it has. :D
 

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Speed Density. :D

I believe the speed density system first showed up for the L98 in 1989 (90 for the f-bodies). My '93 LT1 also uses the speed density system, 1994 is when GM/Chevy went back to using a MAF.
 

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Speed Density. :D

I believe the speed density system first showed up for the L98 in 1989 (90 for the f-bodies). My '93 LT1 also uses the speed density system, 1994 is when GM/Chevy went back to using a MAF.
Speed Density actually showed up in 1990 in both the F-Body and the Y-body..

89 L98 was still MAF
 
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