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Old 07-08-2016, 03:17 PM
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Isn't the 3.7 the baby brother of the 4.7? Same architecture?
We made an intake manifold for the 4.7 that allows the Eaton M90 supercharger to bolt on top of it. I'm sure it wouldn't take much to modify the program to knock off a pair of cylinders.
Sure is. They use the same internals.

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Old 07-08-2016, 03:23 PM
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Isn't the 3.7 the baby brother of the 4.7? Same architecture?
We made an intake manifold for the 4.7 that allows the Eaton M90 supercharger to bolt on top of it. I'm sure it wouldn't take much to modify the program to knock off a pair of cylinders.
Wait...

Are you....

By any chance working for airram performance? They came out with a set of adapter plates for the 4.7 to allow the use of any 4.6 intake and supercharger. This was a while back too.
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Old 07-08-2016, 03:45 PM
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Re: Project "Six Shooter" Build Thread

looking into widebands....more specifically innovate ones
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Re: Project "Six Shooter" Build Thread

Not me.
This is me-
JeepM62Superchargerkit.blogspot.com
We have a SC kit for the 4.7. Not a Ford 4.6 SC with adapters.

We use innovate, good product.
Also use 'GlowSport' ? glow something, they have some dual and triple all in one gauge. Wideband, boost, temp, etc. Looking at 5-6 different gauges gets to be tough at times.
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Old 07-08-2016, 09:02 PM
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Not me.
This is me-
JeepM62Superchargerkit.blogspot.com
We have a SC kit for the 4.7. Not a Ford 4.6 SC with adapters.

We use innovate, good product.
Also use 'GlowSport' ? glow something, they have some dual and triple all in one gauge. Wideband, boost, temp, etc. Looking at 5-6 different gauges gets to be tough at times.
Nice, I run an ultra gauge. Thing picks up like 60 plus parameters and I can set what I want shown on up to 8 pages that can cycle.
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Re: Project "Six Shooter" Build Thread

well, no racing tonight....

heres why:
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I need new tail lights.....But I also want widebands.....and need to get it tuned soon....

While 192rwhp/213rwtq is stout for a 3.7 (my buds 4.7 only made 196/254 at the wheels) I feel that number is under rated a touch. It legitimately feels stronger then 200 rwhp.
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The wide bands...

http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/products/dlg1.php
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Re: Project "Six Shooter" Build Thread

Sweet gauge. $399 ouch. IDK if you really need dual O2 sensors, but it sure is cool.


The 4.7L feels stronger than the 200hp is because of the 254rwtq vs the 3.7L 213rwtq.
Torque is what you feel especially below 5000 rpm.


Unfortunately torque is related and increases with CID and forced induction.
Bump the 3.7L to 320-350rwtq and see the difference.
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Sweet gauge. $399 ouch. IDK if you really need dual O2 sensors, but it sure is cool.

The 4.7L feels stronger than the 200hp is because of the 254rwtq vs the 3.7L 213rwtq.
Torque is what you feel especially below 5000 rpm.

Unfortunately torque is related and increases with CID and forced induction.
Bump the 3.7L to 320-350rwtq and see the difference.
I was referring to mine feeling stronger then 192 hp and 213 tq. Especially since it can do under 7 secs to sixty.

I want the dual wide bands because I want to monitor both banks. This will provide better accuracy for tuning vs having one sensor on one bank only.
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Re: Project "Six Shooter" Build Thread

ordering new tail lights and wide bands tomorrow....next i will be looking into getting some cams made like a 216/216 or a 218/218. stockers are 202's
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Well to summarize current mods:

ENGINE:
-Injin PowerFlow CAI
-Fastman Ported TB
-Hand Ported Intake Manifold
-26# Injectors from a 1999 Mustang Cobra
-Hypertec Max Energy Programer
-Autolite Iridium XP spark Plugs (not really a mod)
-JBA Short Tube Headers
-Custom Decatted Mid pipes
+True Dual Mids
-Thrush 28" Glass Pack's
-Magnaflow Mufflers

Weight Reduction:
-Spare tire removed
-Spare tire Hoist and Bracket removed
-Rear exhaust shield removed
-Under hood insulation removed
-Roof Rack Removed

Current "Battle Weight" lol: 4260lbs

Brakes:
-R1 Concepts slotted rotors Front/Rear
-Wagner Thermal Quite Pads (Ceramics)

Exterior:
-CG L.E.D. Tails
-Putco L.E.D. Reverse Bulbs
-Mesh Grill
-Carbon Fiber Door Pillar Trim
-Carbon Fiber Fuel Door
-S&W .40 Cal. casings as VALVE CAPS

Interior:
-S&W .44MAG Nickel Plated Casings as DOOR PULLS
-Carbon Fiber Trim kit
-Tanner Foust Sig on Dash (top gear came to Campbell)
-Revolver styled shifter

Audio:
-Pioneer FH-P8000BT Deck
-Kicker KS35 speakers in dash
-Kicker KS693 speakers in front doors
-Kicker KS65 speakers in rear doors
-Kicker L5 10" sub n box
-Kicker 400.1 4channel amp (rated @432 watts/ 108 per channel)
-Pioneer 820 watt amp (rated @820 watts / 410 per channel) Bridged
-500 farad capacitor
-Heavy gauge cables
-Humvee Battery terminals (I got the okay if you all are wondering)

I run Pennzoil Ultra synthetic 5W20 with a K&N oil filter

Here's the link to the info on my deck:

FH-P8000BT - Double-DIN CD Receiver with Built-In Bluetooth® and USB Direct Control of iPod® | Pioneer Electronics USA

Link to my speakers:
KS Series | KICKER

Link to intake:
Injen® - Jeep Grand Cherokee 2005-2010 PF Series Air Intake System

will post link to other items of interest, just pm me

How are you liking this intake? Any problems?
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