AMC’s 4.0-liter inline-6 gas engine is heralded by most Jeep fans as the best engine the brand has ever offered. The engine was discontinued over 15 years ago, but reports are pointing to an entirely new inline-6 that should be arriving in Jeeps soon. According to Mopar Insiders, who cited “well balanced sources,” Jeep is
This new in-tank Phantom Fuel Pump Module is optimized to provide reliable fuel delivery and can support up to 900 horsepower.
These engine mounting brackets are one part of a fully engineered swap system that provides maximum component clearances, ideal drivetrain geometry and clearance for swap headers and exhaust system.
Holley has released three Jeep Wrangler engine swap kits that cater to GM LS, Gen-V LT and Gen III Hemi fans.
COMP Cams now offers two excellent performance upgrade timing chain sets without breaking the bank.
This kit is ideal for any engine level, stock-type rebuilds to high performance builds.
Designed specifically for 258 cubic-inch Jeep engines, these kits utilize a high-output HyperSpark CD Ignition Box, which produces 535 volts of primary voltage, and a HyperSpark Ignition Coil, which send 45,000 volts worth of fuel-burning power to the plugs.
Barrett-Jackson, in conjunction with The NASCAR Foundation, has announced the charity sale of a 2016 Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Edition at Barrett-Jackson’s 10th Annual Las Vegas Auction, Oct. 19-21, 2017, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Mike Copeland, CEO of Diversified Creations, has purchased Virginia-based Arrington Performance. The more than 50-year-old company is in parts sales, engine assembly, and vehicle builds for Chrysler and Dodge HEMI-powered vehicles.
Edelbrock’s new Performer cylinder head for 1987-2006 4.0L equipped Jeeps is the ideal performance upgrade. It features a modern combustion chamber design, tuned ports and high quality valves for better flow, as well as reinforced rocker bosses and a thicker 3/4″ deck for strength and durability.
Edelbrock has introduced its E-Force Supercharger system for 2012-’14 Jeep Wrangler with a 3.6L Pentastar engine. This system increases the performance of the stock engine to 303 rear wheel horsepower and 262 ft-lbs. of torque, for an increase of 96 horsepower and 61 ft-lbs., resulting in improved street and off-road performance.
In 2002, the Jeep Liberty was the first Jeep to use the two new Chrysler-developed Power-Tech engines – the 2.4L straight-4, (which was eliminated in 2006), and the 210 hp 3.7L V6. The 2.4L I4 PowerTech is a Neon engine variant based on the Chrysler engine that was designed originally for the Dodge and Plymouth