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88mjolympic
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Renix Stroker help

Post by 88mjolympic » January 15th, 2018, 5:38 pm

Hello fellow Jeepers. I just joined the forum. I’ve been reading a few posts before joining. Have a few questions about building a long stroke 4.6. I have an 88 MJ with a good running Renix. I’ve acquired a 93 4.0 block and 7120 head. I bought a 1990 4.2 for the crank and my local shop just called and they turned it 10/10. My question is who has run a stroker with all Renix controls? What tips can you provide as far as injectors? I hear most saying Ford 24lb and a few saying that was too much for the Renix. I’ve seen people use the 91-95 fuel rail on the Renix with a 99 up intake. I previously upgraded my 4.0 to the Volvo 4 Hole injectors. Sorry so long

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Re: Renix Stroker help

Post by Cheromaniac » January 21st, 2018, 11:12 pm

I ran Ford Racing 24lb injectors on my stroker but then mine had a ported HO head, '01 intake manifold, and all the usual external performance bolt-ons.
You could run the HO head, '00+ intake manifold, HO TB with adapter for Renix TPS, '91-'99 header, and '91-95 injector rail with Bosch 0280155715 injectors (22.4lb/hr @ 39psi). You'll need to delete the EGR if you go with HO hardware, but you can still run your Renix controls.
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Re: Renix Stroker help

Post by 88mjolympic » January 22nd, 2018, 1:19 pm

Thanks, Yes I'm aware of the needed TPS adapter. I'm assuming I would use the HO IAC in the HO throttle body? It would most likely require an exchange 62mm bore tb. I havn't checked yet but is the connector for the IAC plug and play? Do you recommend eliminating the Renix vacuum harness assembly and CCV system and using the HO PCV system? I work at a (Ford) dealership as a long time parts manager. Luckily, one of our technicians used to work for an independent garage and he said I can use his Snap On MT2500 diagnostic scanner. He has the Jeep-Chrysler module for it.

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