What did you do to your TJ today?

Installed the Baja Designs S1 wide cornering LEDs on some cheap Amazon clamps and positioned them on the tire carrier. Wiring them in was super simple since I spent so much time organizing the aux power box.

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I also did something I thought I’d never do: install something made by Rough Country. I was tired of using a shovel handle as a hood prop—the stock prop rubs the Mishimoto radiator—so I installed their gas strut hood prop setup. Not happy with how to bends the radiator supports when opened all the way without supporting the hood: they kind of flex. May need to adjust them a bit.

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WOW that is a clean engine bay!
 
Installed the Baja Designs S1 wide cornering LEDs on some cheap Amazon clamps and positioned them on the tire carrier. Wiring them in was super simple since I spent so much time organizing the aux power box.

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I also did something I thought I’d never do: install something made by Rough Country. I was tired of using a shovel handle as a hood prop—the stock prop rubs the Mishimoto radiator—so I installed their gas strut hood prop setup. Not happy with how to bends the radiator supports when opened all the way without supporting the hood: they kind of flex. May need to adjust them a bit.

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What relay setup is that?
 
Installed some diff covers. Wish the Barnett had been in stock when I bought these Dana covers and Rock Hard guards but oh well. Will probably replace the button head screws with some matching hex.

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Trying to work out this cowl intake. I've been trying to make enough wiggle room to use the larger Econoline/F150+ in-like intake filter but it's just causing too many little issues, so I picked up a Windstar cowl off ebay for $30, I'll see if that's any better or if I have to rethink anything. On paper it looks like 2" smaller in diameter roughly and has a shorter snout.

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Went to Summit racing saw a Kc pod light,went to checkout and let's just say the bottle flew over to my passenger seat.....
So qnyways yeah the jeep is now getting nitrous🙃,I'll probably just do a 75-100 wet shot.
Do I need this for my daily Lj? No. But will I use nitrous daily ? No.
Does it need it ? YES....YES IT DO CAUSE ME WANT IT😆

Once I build my new stroker motor and get a tranny I'll most likely dump a 300 shot until it or the tranny blows......

Edit- Can't afford Jezza's Turbo kit yet so nitrous will do 🙄
 
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Uh oh....

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Went to Summit racing saw a Kc pod light,went to checkout and let's just say the bottle flew over to my passenger seat.....
So qnyways yeah the jeep is now getting nitrous🙃,I'll probably just do a 75-100 wet shot.
Do I need this for my daily Lj? No. But will I use nitrous daily ? No.
Does it need it ? YES....YES IT DO CAUSE ME WANT IT😆

Once I build my new stroker motor and get a tranny I'll most likely dump a 300 shot until it or the tranny blows......

Edit- Can't afford Jezza's Turbo kit yet so nitrous will do 🙄

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And WEEᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇᴇ as id say as i hit 60 in about 3-4 business days 🤣
Lets see what it does with nitrous hoping for 7 ish seconds to get to 60, As of now it hits 60 in about what feels like 9 seconds
Either way im doing this for shits and giggles, With that said i should actually beat v6 Chargers and challengers from a dig rather than just keeping up with them
 
What relay setup is that?

I pieced it together from this Amazon relay/fuse box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BYWVNJX5?tag=wranglerorg-20

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I really like how it came out:
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I teamed it up with a Custom3DFab switch panel. It came out rock solid and way cheaper than an sPod or the like, all with reliable Carling switches and 14/12 awg wiring throughout. Took a while to plan, assemble, and install but very worth it.
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