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Don't buy Stillen covers. You are local so have DC Customs paint you a set of headlights.


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That's what I was saying, good to know that there is somewhere somewhat local that can fab up a system. TTC is the only bolt-on style kit that is available. You'd have to send your Jeep to Stage6 for their turbo setup as they custom fab the piping as well.
The 426 was just an option/suggestion as it meets your goals, minimal downtime, and probably close to a turbo setup price wise, well not so much since your sponsor is helping you on the price.
Good Luck with the build and looking forward to the results.
Oh no, dont get me wrong i appreciate the suggestion. TTC and stage6 have amazing work and both have great reputations. But you nailed it having a sponsor for my car i can't beat it. He is local and supports me greatly whenever needed.

My car as an example has probably 6-7 different bolt on kit options available, but i took the route of my own custom kit because one it is more unique, and two its easier to maintane due to the shop and myself designing it.

But thank you for the suggestions because ill be honest, when you first mentioned the 426 i had to goohle how much a built one costs to see if it was do-able. But right now budget wise that will be a future process.

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Don't buy Stillen covers. You are local so have DC Customs paint you a set of headlights.

yes please, those are nice! got a name of who i can PM to make that happen? I appreciate it.
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Thanks! Looks like I will be seeking advice from you as well! very nice build!
Thanks! Yeah, any ?'s just ask man!

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Where is DC Customs and how much do they charge for smoking the headlights?

Also, what do they charge for HID installation?

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yes please, those are nice! got a name of who i can PM to make that happen? I appreciate it.
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Where is DC Customs and how much do they charge for smoking the headlights?

Also, what do they charge for HID installation?

Smoked fogs you can just buy off of Ebay and install yourself but if you want halos or back lit fogs contact Dan. He is up near Great America area.
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Get a stage 6 76mm kit and enjoy the power with the stock block, you ll be more than happy. Can upgrade motor later as funds permit. Modding these jeeps like stock market. If you can't afford to lose it, don't spend it.


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Forget an 88mm on a stock block. Unless you're wanting over 1000rwhp, a 7675CEA BB is all you need. Trust me.


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Get a stage 6 76mm kit and enjoy the power with the stock block, you ll be more than happy. Can upgrade motor later as funds permit. Modding these jeeps like stock market. If you can't afford to lose it, don't spend it.


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Thank you and you are so right on that. Then again isn't that the case with any modern monster. Haha

Hey without risk there is no reward.

And I have a shop that sponsors me, so they will be doing the fabrication. Its local and Its the place that built, installed, and maintains my car now. Thank You again though.
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Forget an 88mm on a stock block. Unless you're wanting over 1000rwhp, a 7675CEA BB is all you need. Trust me.


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How would a 88MM Turbo work on a forged 6.1 built for boost Harrison? Would there still be too much lag?

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