Banks Sidewinder® Turbo System

Banks Sidewinder® Turbo System
Owner’sManual
with Installation Instructions
Banks Sidewinder
Turbo System
®
Non-Intercooled
1999-2006 4.0L I-6 Jeep Wrangler
THIS MANUAL IS FOR USE WITH SYSTEMS: 2005-2006 WRANGLER - SYSTEM 24244,
2003-2004 WRANGLER - SYSTEM 24241, 1999-2002 WRANGLER - SYSTEM 24240
Gale Banks Engineering strongly
recommends the use of an OEM radiator
and fan assembly with the Banks Sidewinder
Turbo System. Cooling system issues
can result from the use of aftermarket
radiators and electric fans.
The Banks Sidewinder Turbo system results
in significantly higher power and torque
output. Depending on vehicle usage and
driving style, additional drivetrain
upgrades may be required to ensure
vehicle reliability.
Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue • Azusa, CA 91702
(626) 969-9600 • Fax (626) 334-1743
Product Information & Sales: (888) 635-4565
Customer Support: (888) 839-5600
Installation Support: (888) 839-2700
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06/22/17 PN 96312 V.7.1
Additional products available from
Banks for the 1999-2006 Jeep Wrangler
Banks iQ® System
(P/N 61195)
Banks Ram-Air® Filter
(P/N 41506X)
-5
” touchscreen Man-Machine
Interface
- Interchangable gauge display, read
and clear codes, monitor engine
diagnostics, log data, time your
vehicles runs and much more.
- Large Conical lifetime
- High-flow filtration
Banks Straight-Shot WaterMethanol Injection
(P/N 45001)
Banks Blow-Off Valve Spacer
(P/N 24285)
®
-
aximizes Engine Performance
M
Cools Intake Temperatures
Digital Controller (included)
Plug-and-Play wiring
Greater flow than the competition
Higher Pump Volume than others.
Banks Double-Shot® WaterMethanol Injection
(P/N 45003)
Banks Ram-Air®
Pre-Filter (P/N 42640)
- Extra layer of filtration protection
-R
educes intake air temperatures
- Quickens turbo response
- Unmistakable sound
Banks TorqueTubes®
Exhaust Manifold, 4.0L
(P/N 51306)
-
Banks Monster®
Exhaust System
(P/N 51314, 51315)
-Increases exhaust flow.
- Decreases backpressure.
- Lowers exhaust gas temperatures.
- Increases power.
Banks Monster ®
Muffler Delete
(P/N 52612)
-M
inimizes backpressure for
increased turbocharger response,
adds aggressive exhaust tone.
-F
or use with Banks Monster
Exhaust Systems 51314 and 51315.
Improves power and torque.
Reduces engine load.
Improves economy.
Tough construction.
-T
he Double-Shot system offers
the same benefits of the StraightShot and adds a second stage for
increased output and control.
For More Information please call (888) 635-4565
or Visit us online @ www.bankspower.com
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4. During installation, keep your work
Highly recommended
Tools and Supplies:
Dear Customer,
area and components clean to avoid
If you have any questions concerning the installation of your
Banks Sidewinder® Turbo System,
please call our Technical Service
Hotline at (888) 839-2700 between
7:00 am and 4:00 pm (PT). If you
have any questions relating to
shipping or billing, please contact
our Customer Service Department
at (888) 839-5600.
possible dirt entry into the engine.
•Penetrating oil or light
lubricant spray.................................... 5. For proper performance and to
• Deburring tool ................................... prevent engine damage it is essential
•Cylinder leakage and
compression testers.......................... Thank you.
General Installation
Practices
1. For ease of installation of your
Banks Sidewinder ® Turbo System,
that your engine systems be capable
of supporting the additional requirements of the Banks Sidewinder® Turbo
System. To ensure proper performance,
please complete every step in the
engine health inspection section.
✓
Tools Required • 15 mm swivel socket......................... •1 ¹/₁₆" Oil pressure sensor socket..... • Fuel pressure tester adapter kit....... • 60 PSI gauge....................................... Table of Contents
General Installation Practices.............. 3
Tools Required..................................... 3
• ¹/₈" and ³/₈" drive ratchets with
Engine Health Inspection..................... 4
¹/₂" drive ratchet or
•
breaker bar...................................... Banks Sidewinder® Turbo System
Installation Procedure.......................... 5
inch and metric sockets ................ ³/₈" drive extensions ....... Fuel Injectors....................................... 5
•Inch and metric combination or
open-end wrenches ....................... Throttle Body Spacer........................... 6
contains 24 pages of text, illustrations
• ⁵/₈" Spark plug socket ................... PCV Hose/Vacuum Control.................. 7
and parts listing.
•Standard and Phillips head
screwdrivers ................................... Camshaft Synchronizer........................ 7
•Standard, vice grip & needle
nose pliers ...................................... Turbocharger Oil Supply...................... 9
familiarize yourself with the procedure
by reading the entire manual before
starting work. This instruction manual
2. Route and tie wires and hoses
a minimum of 6" away from exhaust
heat, moving parts and sharp edges.
Clearance of 8" or more is recom-
• ¹/₄" and
• T15, T20 and T40 Torx drivers ....... • Crescent wrench............................. Alternator Removal.............................. 8
Turbocharger Assembly....................... 9
Oil Pan and Exhaust Removal............ 10
mended where possible.
• Pocket or X-Acto knife.................... 3. When raising the vehicle, sup-
•Clean shop towels or rags.............. Turbocharger Oil Return.................... 15
•Inch-pound or foot-pound
torque wrench................................. Turbine Inlet and Outlet..................... 16
port it on properly weight-rated safety
stands, ramps or a commercial hoist.
Follow the manufacturer’s safety precautions. Take care to balance the
vehicle to prevent it from slipping or
falling. When using ramps, be sure the
front wheels are centered squarely on
the topsides; put the transmission in
park; set the hand brake; and place
blocks behind the rear wheels.
Do not use floor
jacks to support the vehicle
while working under it. Do not
raise the vehicle onto concrete
blocks, masonry or any other
item not intended specifically
for this use.
• Tape measure.................................. •Pneumatic reciprocating saw
or equivalent.................................... •Pneumatic die grinder
or equivalent.................................... Super-Scoop® Hood Cut Template.... 12
Boost Tube......................................... 17
Ram-Air Intake (optional)................... 17
Air Filter and Housing........................ 19
•Compressed air source
and hoses ....................................... Boost Gauge....................................... 22
• Ear and eye protection................... Fuel and Oil........................................ 24
• Flashlight or shop light................... Flash Tune.......................................... 22
• Drill and stepped drill bit................ Test Drive........................................... 24
• Permanent marker.......................... Parts List............................................ 25
Additional tools for 1999-2002
Model Years
• Wire cutters, strippers and crimpers
.......................................................... • Heat gun/source for shrink wrap... 96312 v.7.1
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Engine Health Inspection
The Banks Sidewinder® Turbo System
MUST be installed on an engine that
is known to be in good operating
condition in order to maintain engine
life. Before installing your Sidewinder®
System, you must perform a cylinder
leakage test, compression test, spark
plug inspection, and key on fuel
pressure test. If you are not familiar
and experienced with these tests, we
recommend that you have the vehicle
inspected by a qualified technician
to ensure that your engine is in good
health and will support the Banks
Sidewinder® Turbo System.
Whether you complete these tests
yourself or have a qualified technician
complete them, fill out the following
tables for future reference.
Reference Figure 1
1. Remove passenger side radiator
support rod by removing two bolts.
13mm socket
2. Disconnect intake air temperature
(IAT) sensor connector from stock
intake tube. Remove and retain sensor
for use on new intake tube.
3. Remove stock intake tube by
loosening one clamp at throttle body
and one clamp at air box. Cover
throttle body inlet with a cap or clean
rag.
8mm socket
4. Remove front positive crankcase
ventilation (PCV) hose from air box lid
and top of engine.
5. Remove air box lid and air filter
element. Remove air box housing by
removing three bolts from inside air
box housing.
8mm socket
6. Remove ignition coil pack to
access spark plugs by removing four
bolts.
13mm socket
Do not disconnect
connector at rear of ignition
coil pack. Set ignition coil pack
where it will not interfere with
removing spark plugs.
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7. Using compressed air source,
blow any debris away from spark
plugs to prevent any foreign objects
from falling into cylinders once spark
plugs are removed. Remove ALL
spark plugs.
⁵/₈" spark plug socket
Mark each spark
plug with the cylinder number
that it was in. If there is a
problem, this may help locate
which cylinder has the issue.
8. Perform a spark plug inspection,
cylinder leakage test, dynamic
compression test, and key on fuel
pressure test. Record all values in
following tables for future reference.
Engine Component
Good
Bad
Spark Plug 1
Spark Plug 2
Spark Plug 3
Spark Plug 4
Spark Plug 5
Spark Plug 6
Spark plugs should not have any
unusual discoloration or pitting.
We recommend replacing all spark
plugs with new OEM parts. Check
the gap on spark plugs, whether
they are being reused or brand new.
Gap requirements are posted on
the inside of the hood or in vehicle
owner’s manual.
Engine Property
Value
Unit
If you record cylinder leakage
greater than 50% or if the leakage in
a cylinder is 2-3 times greater than
the other cylinders, there may be an
issue with the engine.
Take the vehicle to a qualified
technician before installing the
Sidewinder® Turbo System.
Engine Property
Value
Unit
Cyl. 1 Compression
psi
Cyl. 2 Compression
psi
Cyl. 3 Compression
psi
Cyl. 4 Compression
psi
Cyl. 5 Compression
psi
Cyl. 6 Compression
psi
Typical cylinder compression is
160-185+ psi, with no more than
10% difference between the highest
and lowest values. If you record
compression lower than 160 psi or
a difference greater than 10%, there
may be an issue with the engine.
Take the vehicle to a qualified
technician before installing the
Sidewinder® Turbo System.
Key on fuel pressure:_______________
Verify that the key-on fuel pressure
is within factory-specific tolerance.
Lower or higher fuel pressure can
cause major driveability issues
and lead to engine damage with
installation of the Sidewinder®
Turbo System. If your measured fuel
pressure is outside of the factory
tolerance, take the vehicle to a
qualified technician for repair before
installing the Sidewinder® Turbo
System.
Cyl. 1 Leakage
%
Cyl. 2 Leakage
%
Cyl. 3 Leakage
%
Cyl. 4 Leakage
%
Technician Signature:_______________
Cyl. 5 Leakage
%
Date: _____________________________
Cyl. 6 Leakage
%
9. Reinstall spark plugs and ignition
coil pack after checking spark plug
gaps. Apply dielectric grease to inside
of ignition coil pack boots.
Ideal cylinder leakage is less than
10%, however you may see higher
values depending on the condition
of your vehicle. Banks Sidewinder®
Turbo System can be installed on a
vehicle with up to 50% leakage in a
cylinder, at the owner’s discretion.
If you are unsure whether your
vehicle can support the Sidewinder®
Turbo System, consult a qualified
technician.
Figure 1
Radiator Support Rod
IAT Sensor ('05-06)
Ignition
Coil Pack
IAT Sensor
Location ('99-04)
Front
PCV Hose
Sidewinder ® Turbo System Installation Procedure
If you are not going
to weld oil return bung onto
the oil pan yourself, we recommend starting by removing the
oil pan so that it can be welded
by a qualified welder as you
proceed with installation. See
Oil Pan and Exhaust Removal
and Turbocharger Oil Return on
pages 10 and 15.
The provided drive
belt will only work for stock configuration front engine accessory pulleys. If your vehicle is
equipped with an aftermarket
power steering pulley or other
aftermarket pulley with a diameter smaller than the stock
equivalent, you must purchase
a shorter drive belt from your
local automotive supply shop.
We have found that a 91.0”
(2310 mm 6PK2310 or 910K6 or
equivalent) fits appropriately
with aftermarket power
steering pump pulleys.
Fuel Injectors
1. Disconnect ground cable from
battery before beginning work. If there
are two batteries, disconnect both.
2. Disconnect manifold air pressure
(MAP) sensor connector, throttle
position sensor (TPS) connector, and
idle air control (IAC) valve connector
from throttle body. See Figure 2
. Disconnect throttle, trans control
3
(if equipped), and cruise control cables
from throttle lever.
4. Remove throttle body by
removing four bolts and lifting straight
up. Cover intake manifold inlet with a
cap or clean rag.
5. Remove throttle cable/cruise
control cable bracket by removing
two bolts. See Figure 2
10mm socket
Fuel system may
be under pressure!
6. Using compressed air source, blow
any debris away from fuel injectors to
prevent any foreign objects from falling
into intake manifold once fuel injectors
are removed. Disconnect fuel injector
connectors. Remove injector rail by
removing two nuts and two studs.
10mm deep socket
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Figure 2
Throttle Cable
Bracket
IAC Valve
TPS
MAP Sensor
7. Drain injector rail by placing a
cup under rear of fuel injector rail
and removing the #6 injector (rear
most). Tilt fuel injector rail towards
cup at rear.
8. Remove remaining injectors and
retain securing clips. Injectors should
have O-rings at both ends. Locate and
remove any o-rings that separated
from injectors during removal.
9. Install provided injectors (P/N
43643) into fuel injector rail using
original securing clips. A drop of
oil can be used on o-rings to ease
installation.
Be careful not to
pinch or cut o-rings when
reinstalling fuel injectors as
this will cause a major fuel
leak.
6
Bracket varies
de-pending on model year, one
spacer and one bolt may not
be used.
12.After installation of upgraded
fuel injectors, a leak check must be
performed under pressure. To check
for fuel system leaks, turn ignition
key on but do not start engine. This
will run the in-tank fuel pump for
a brief time, which will build fuel
pressure in fuel rail. After keying
ignition on, examine area around the
fuel injectors and fuel rail for any
leaks. Turn ignition off and back on
again without starting engine, and
re-examine for leaks. Repeat this
process 4-5 times to insure there are
no fuel system leaks - it may
be helpful to have an assistant during
this process.
10.Reinstall fuel injector rail and
reconnect fuel injector connectors.
Torque to 10 lb-ft.
Throttle Body Spacer
11.Reinstall throttle cable/cruise
control cable bracket using provided
spacers (P/N 42730) and bolts (P/N
91759). Torque to 8 lb-ft.
At this point in the
installation disconnect both
leads to the battery. Leave
disconnected until installation
is complete.
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1. Remove stock MAP sensor from
throttle body by removing two bolts.
T15 Torx
2. Mount high pressure MAP
sensor (P/N 43625) in throttle body
spacer (P/N 43628) using provided
washers (P/N 91826) and bolts (P/N
91860). See Figure 3
3. Mount brass barb fitting
(P/N 92131) and brass compression
ferrule (from boost gauge kit) in
throttle body spacer (Figure 3) using
provided thread sealant (P/N 90040).
⁷/₁₆" and ⁹/₁₆" wrenches
4. Carefully scrape intake manifold
and throttle body to remove any
debris that will prohibit sealing. Wipe
clean with rag. Ensure that no debris
enters intake.
5. Install throttle body and spacer
with the provided gaskets (P/N
93078) on both sides of spacer and
secure with bolts (P/N 91761). Torque
to 8 lb-ft.
10mm socket
6. Connect blow-off valve (BOV)
reference hose (P/N 94122) to stock
Figure 3
Figure 4
Compression
Ferrule
Stock
MAP
Barb
Brass
Barb
High-Pressure
MAP Sensor
MAP sensor barb on throttle body
using silver spring band clamp ( (P/N
92775). See Figure 4
7. Reconnect throttle, trans control
(if equipped), and cruise control
cables to throttle lever.
8. Reconnect MAP sensor, TPS, and
IAC valve connectors.
Tape on wire
harness may need to be cut for
MAP sensor connector to reach
new position. Take care while
cutting as to not damage any
wires.
For 1999-2002
Model Years ONLY:
MAP Sensor Connector
Replacement
The 1999-2002 model Wranglers are
equipped with a factory MAP sensor
connector that is not compatible with
the high-pressure (2 atmosphere)
sensor that is required for proper
operation with the Sidewinder®
Turbo kit - your system includes a
connector pigtail kit (PN 43626) to
replace your stock sensor connector.
To install the new MAP sensor
connector:
1. Locate the stock MAP sensor
connector, peel back the electrical
tape at least 2.5" from the connector
and cleanly cut all three wires leading
to it approximately 1.5" back from
the connector. See Figure 5. Strip
approximately 5/16" of insulation
from the end of each wire using an
appropriately sized wire stripping
tool, then crimp one side of the
supplied barrel-butt crimp sleeves to
each wire end. 2. Locate the three pre-terminated
wires in the MAP sensor pigtail kit,
cut the unterminated end of the lead
down to leave approximately 3" total
lead length, including the crimped-on
terminal. Strip approximately 5/16"
of insulation from the un-terminated
end of each wire, then slip a piece of
the supplied heatshrink tubing over
each one.
3. Insert the stripped end of a preterminated lead into the open end of
a barrel-butt crimp sleeve attached
to the factory MAP sensor harness,
and crimp it snugly. Double-check
the crimp by tugging lightly on the
opposing ends of the wire, ensuring
that the crimp is solid. Repeat for the
remaining two leads. 4. Center each piece of heatshrink
over the crimp barb on each lead,
then apply heat using a heat gun to
fully shrink and seal all of the tubing.
Figure 5
CUT
HERE
Figure 6
5.Locate the connector body
supplied in the 43626 kit and, using a
small screwdriver, remove the purple
sensor-side terminal lock inside the
connector - this allows insertion of
the terminals from the other side of
the connector. See Figure 6 96312 v.7.1
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Figure 7
Figure 8
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6. Place the new connector body
from the pigtail kit onto the HighPressure MAP sensor, ensuring
that it seats and locks properly
- this guarantees the connector
orientation to the sensor, and assists
in reconnecting the newly terminated
factory leads to the proper pins on
the replacement sensor - the pin
orientation IS NOT the same as the
original sensor. 7. Insert the newly terminated
leads into the connector body ,
using the wire color code, terminal
orientation and pin location as
shown in Figure 7 - Green wire
to forward pin (front of vehicle) - Black wire to middle pin - Orange wire to rear pin (rear of
vehicle). Each lead should lock
into place, verify with a light tug
outwards.
8. Remove the connector from
the MAP sensor by depressing the
thumb catch, then re-install the
purple sensor-side terminal lock
inside the connector, ensuring that it
seats fully back onto the connector.
Locate the purple seal retainer clip
from the 43626 kit, and install onto
the back of the connector body. See
Figure 8. Assembly of the new MAP
sensor connector is now complete
- re-connect it to the new highpressure MAP sensor.
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Figure 9
PCV Check Valve
PCV Hose/Vacuum
Control
vacuum check valve. Replace line on
barb. See Figure 10
1. Remove PCV hose from intake
manifold (next to throttle body) and
top of engine (towards the rear).
Install with black
end of vacuum check valve
towards engine.
2. To prevent unintentional overpressurization of crankcase under
boost, install provided PCV check
valve (P/N 47105) into provide 3”
length of ¹/₂" inner diameter PCV
hose (P/N 94138). Install assembly
onto existing PCV elbow on top of
engine (towards the rear). Rotate
PCV check valve to face down.
See Figure 9
Figure 10
3.
Install provided 16” length of
³/₈" inner diameter PCV hose (P/N
94136) from brass barb on throttle
body spacer to PCV check valve
using spring clamps (P/N 92777) on
each end. Mark length and trim, if
necessary.
Figure 11
Camshaft
Synchronizer
Bracket
4. Install PCV cap (P/N 92032) onto
existing PCV barb located on intake
manifold using spring clamp (P/N
92879). Trim cap if desired.
For 1999-2002
Model Years ONLY:
Remove PCV barb from intake
manifold and replace with supplied
1/4" NPT plug (PN 92257) after
applying sealant tape to threads.
¹/4" Allen
Figure 12
5. To prevent unintentional
over-pressurization of vacuum
control system under boost, install
vacuum check valve before tee in
cruise control actuator line. Remove
line from barb on side of intake
manifold (underneath throttle body).
Cut line before tee and push in
Camshaft Synchronizer
(2005-2006 Model Years)
1999-2004 Models Years
skip to Alternator Removal
Rotating the
camshaft synchronizer/oil
pump drive assembly (Figure
8) is ONLY necessary if the
factory position will interfere
with the turbine outlet
pipe. We recommend taking
your vehicle to your local
dealership to have this service
performed.
1. Using compressed air source,
blow any debris away from camshaft
synchronizer to prevent any foreign
objects from falling into the housing
once cap is removed.
2. Remove camshaft synchronizer
cap and use a permanent marker to
mark the position of timing wheel
relative to housing.
T20 Torx
3. Remove camshaft synchronizer
bracket by removing one bolt.
See Figure 11
¹/₂" wrench
4. Remove camshaft synchronizer
by lifting straight up. Rest on clean
rag near motor mount.
Inspect Camshaft
Synchronizer/Oil Pump Drive
Assembly (OPDA) drive for
Figure 14
Figure 13
Idler Pulley
Standoff
Idler
Pulley
Drive Belt
Tensioner
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Figure 15
Body Seam
Tee
Oil Pressure
Sensor
Figure 16
connector from alternator. Remove
plastic clip that secures wiring to
alternator bracket.
route close to engine block.
3. Remove alternator from bracket
by removing two bolts. See Figure 13
Turbocharger Assembly
15 mm socket
4. Remove alternator bracket by
removing four bolts.
⁹/₁₆" socket
5. Remove drive belt tensioner
from alternator bracket. Remove idler
pulley from engine.
REMOVE
T40 Torx and
⁹/₁₆" socket
6. Install drive belt tensioner on
new alternator/turbo bracket (P/N
52157). Use original hardware. Torque
to 21 lb/ft. See Figure 14
Turbocharger Oil Supply
1. Disconnect oil pressure sensor
AT LEAST 1/8"
CLEARANCE
excessive wear. If worn,
Camshaft Synchronizer/OPDA
should be replaced to prevent
drivablility issues.
5. Use a standard screwdriver
and flashlight to rotate camshaft
synchronizer drive in engine block.
Rotate drive so that sensor and
connector will face towards front of
vehicle. See Figure 12
6. Replace camshaft synchronizer
and check the alignment of your
mark. If misaligned, remove camshaft
synchronizer and rotate drive. Repeat
until alignment is correct.
7. Reinstall bracket and snug
bolt. Check alignment and tighten if
properly aligned. Torque to 18 lb-ft.
Replace camshaft synchronizer cap.
Alternator Removal
1. Remove drive belt by relieving
drive belt tensioner and lifting belt off
alternator.
¹/₂" drive breaker bar or ratchet
2. Remove power cable and
on passenger side of engine block
(towards rear of vehicle). Remove oil
pressure sensor.
1
¹/₁₆" oil pressure sensor
socket or crescent
wrench
2. Use vice grip pliers to bend
body seam near oil pressure sensor
location to provide clearance for
new oil pressure sensor assembly.
Approximately ¹/₄" of clearance is
needed.
3. Install tee fitting (P/N 92106) into
oil pressure sensor location using
thread sealant. Position tee fitting as
shown. See Figure 15
⁹/₁₆" wrench
4. Install oil pressure sensor into
tee fitting with provided thread
sealant. Reconnect oil pressure
sensor connector. See Figure 15
5. Connect straight end of braided
steel oil supply line (P/N 94075) to tee
fitting. See Figure 15
⁹/₁₆" wrench
The 90-degree end
will connect to turbocharger.
Route accordingly, avoiding
moving vehicle components.
To avoid heat of turbocharger,
1. Inspect turbocharger to
ensure no foreign objects entered
compressor or turbine during
shipping. Cover all turbocharger
openings with caps or clean rags.
2. Using provided blue thread
locker (P/N 90001), install
turbocharger assembly (P/N 24250)
and idler pulley standoff (P/N 65298)
with four short bolts (P/N 91458),
one long bolt (P/N 91468), and five
washers (P/N 91401). See Figure
14. Torque all bolts to 45 lb-ft.
⁹/₁₆" wrench and socket
Long bolt is used in
top right corner of alternator/
turbo bracket, and passes
through both bracket and
standoff.
For 1999-2003
Model Years ONLY:
Test-fit the turbocharger/bracket
assembly to the engine block and
look for any interference with the
compressor cover and the block
boss behind the front engine cover.
If there is interference as shown in
(Fig 16), mark location and remove
turbocharger / bracket assembly.
Using pneumatic die grinder or
reciprocating saw, relieve the block
boss until there is approximately
1/8" clearance to the turbocharger
compressor when installed. Note:
There are no oil galleries in this
location, but take care not to cut
down into the front cover-to-block
seal interface.
3. If A/C lines contact BOV actuator
or alternator case/mounts, gently pull
A/C line to provide approximately ³/₈"
clearance. See Figure 17
4. Using provided blue thread
locker, install idler pulley onto
standoff with one bolt (P/N 91457)
and washer (P/N 91402). Torque to
30 lb-ft.
⁹/₁₆" socket
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Figure 17
Figure 19
Photo for illustrative purposes only.
Removal of exhaust not required.
Figure 18
Clearance
Relief
5. Connect braided steel oil supply
line to turbo oil supply fitting on top
of turbocharger.
⁹/₁₆" wrench
6. Install alternator onto new
bracket using original hardware.
Torque to 41 lb-ft. Connect power
cable (9 lb-ft) and connector. If
needed, gently adjust A/C lines for
clearance.
7. Install new drive belt (P/N 65330)
following routing noted at front of
engine compartment or in vehicle
owner’s manual. (Replacement drive
belt 6PK2325 or 915K6 or equivalent.)
8. Check for belt clearance near
thermostat housing. If clearance is
needed, mark location and remove
belt. Using pneumatic die grinder,
relieve thermostat housing to provide
approximately ¹/₄" clearance. Replace
drive belt and check clearance once
more. See Figure 18
Figure 21
Figure 20
GO OD
Oil Pan and Exhaust
Removal
1. Soak exhaust manifold outlet
to “Y” pipe bolts and clips with
penetrating oil.
2. Place an oil pan under oil drain
and remove plug to drain oil.
⁵/₈" socket
3. Measure 15 ¹/₂" forward of rear
catalytic converter and mark exhaust
with permanent marker. Place a hose
clamp around exhaust at mark and
use permanent marker to create a
line that will ensure a square cut.
Remove clamp. See Figure 19
4. Cut exhaust on mark with
pneumatic reciprocating saw. Take
care while cutting and beware of
surrounding components.
Use eye and ear
protection while cutting.
5. Remove “Y” pipe with front
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DAMAGED
catalytic converters by disconnecting
both oxygen sensors and removing
four bolts at exhaust manifold outlet.
15mm swivel socket & extension
Use a flashlight
to inspect all of the catalytic
converters (two front and one
rear) and replace if damaged. A
typical good catalytic converter
is shown in Figure 20. A
damaged catalytic converter
will have cracks or holes in
the ceramic core. Severely
damaged catalytic converters
will be missing parts of the
ceramic core, which may cause
the core to become misaligned
inside the housing, as in
Figure 21. Using damaged
catalytic converters may cause
catastrophic damage to engine
and/or turbo system.
6. With “Y” pipe removed, measure
3 ¹/₄” from where welds join together.
Place a hose clamp around exhaust
at mark and use permanent marker
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Note: If you have downloaded and printed this template from www.
BanksPower.com, use a ruler to check against the ruler markings on
the top and left of this document to insure template size is correct.
INTAKE OPENING REFERENCE LINE
3/8" DRILLED MOUNTING HOLE
UPPER HOOD CREASE
1-1/2" INTAKE HOLE
LOWER HOOD CREASE
3/8" DRILLED MOUNTING HOLE
BOTTOM OF HOOD REFERENCE LINE
1. Cover entire turbo with clean rag.
Cover any other open ports or electrical
connectors.
2. Use scissors to carefully cut
provided template on reference lines
labeled bottom of hood and edge of
hood latch.
Edge of hood latch
reference line refers ONLY to OEM
hood latches!
3. Position template on hood by
aligning bottom of hood reference
line with bottom edge of hood. Then,
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v.7.1
1.0"
align edge of hood latch reference line
with left side of hood latch. Ensure the
upper and lower hood crease reference
lines are aligned with crease in side
of hood and adjust if necessary. Use
masking tape to hold template in place.
See Figure 27
(outside center marks). Drill a ⁵/₁₆"
starter hole in five intake hole locations
(inside center marks) to guide 1 ¹/₂"
hole saw. Take care while drilling and
cutting and beware of surrounding
components.
4. Use a center punch to mark four
mounting hole centers and five intake
hole centers for drilling locations.
Carefully remove template from hood
without damaging it. See Figure 27
Use eye and ear
protection while drilling and cutting.
5. Using a stepped drill bit, drill a ³/₈"
hole in four mounting hole locations
6. Use a 1 ¹/₂" hole saw to cut five
intake holes where the starter holes
were made. See Figure 28
7.Use scissors to fully cut intake hole
‘99-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ
Super-Scoop® Hood Cut Template
CREASE AROUND HOOD LATCH
3/8" DRILLED MOUNTING HOLE
EDGE OF HOOD LATCH REFERENCE LINE
3/8" DRILLED MOUNTING HOLE
from template (arch shape). Position
intake hole by aligning outer edge
with outer edges of all five 1 ¹/₂" holes.
Ensure bottom edge of intake hole is
parallel to bottom edge of hood. Secure
with masking tape and trace along outer
edge to create intake hole shape on
hood.
See Figure 28
8. Use a pneumatic reciprocating
saw or similar cutting implement to cut
along inside edge of trace, connecting
all five outer edges of 1 ¹/₂" holes.
Deburr all edges and carefully remove
rags, trapping all debris. Use touch-up
paint to cover raw metal edge. See
Figure 28
9. Center Super-Scoop® (P/N 41565)
in intake hole with bottom edge parallel
to bottom edge of hood. Mark mounting
locations on Super-Scoop® through
inside of hood.
See Figure 29
ONLY drill through
inside wall of Super-Scoop.®
11. Use four push type retainers (P/N
92023) to mount Super-Scoop® on hood.
Install edge seal (P/N 93141) onto inside
edge of Super-Scoop.®
See Figure 30
10. Use stepped drill bit to drill four
³/₈" holes in Super-Scoop® at marked
mounting locations. Deburr all edges.
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Figure 22
Figure 24
Figure 25
Figure 23
to create a line that will ensure a
square cut. Remove clamp. See
Figure 22
³/₄” from top edge. Use a center
punch to mark oil pan once location
is determined. See Figure 23
7. Cut exhaust on mark with
pneumatic reciprocating saw. Take
care while cutting and beware of
surrounding components.
3. Use a stepped drill bit to drill a
⁵/₈” hole in oil pan at marked location.
Use eye and ear
protection while cutting.
8. Remove oil pan by removing
all bolts. Note stud location for
reinstallation.
⁷/₁₆" deep socket and extension
9. Inspect oil pan gasket. Replace if
damaged or clean if reusable.
Turbocharger Oil Return
1. Thoroughly clean oil pan in
preparation for welding. Scrape
flange to remove any silicone or
gasket material.
2. Mark location for oil return bung.
Measure 2 ¹/₄” from front edge and
4. Deburr edge of hole and prepare
oil pan for welding by using a wire
brush to remove paint around hole.
5. Center oil return bung on drilled
hole and weld around outer edge.
If you are not an
experienced welder, take the
oil pan to your local welding
shop to have it welded by a
qualified welder.
6. Clean weld with a wire brush
and inspect for imperfections that
may cause it to leak. Prime and
paint raw metal to prevent rust
and corrosion. Plug bung to protect
threads during painting.
7. Using thread sealant, install
45º brass fitting (P/N 92177) into oil
return bung on oil pan. Position as
shown in Figure 24.
8. Clean gasket surfaces of oil
pan and engine block. Apply silicone
sealant to rear main bearing cap
corners and engine block to front
cover joints. See Figure 25
9. Hold gasket and oil pan in
position, install all ¼” bolts and
torque to 7 lb-ft. Install four ⁵/₁₆"
bolts and torque to 11 lb-ft.
10.Install oil pan drain plug. Torque
to 25 lb-ft.
11.Install oil drain hose (P/N 94203)
from turbocharger to 45º brass barb
with two worm gear clamps (P/N
92810).
Turbine Inlet and Outlet
1. Reinstall modified “Y” pipe
with front catalytic converters. Use
provided anti-seize (P/N 90045) on
original hardware, but do not tighten.
Reconnect both oxygen sensors.
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Figure 26
Figure 28
Four
None
Two
Figure 27
2. Slide flange and clamp (P/N
52462) over turbine inlet pipe (P/N
52096). Slide turbine inlet pipe over
the “Y” pipe until the double-slip cuff
is fully bottomed. If needed, carefully
adjust turbine inlet pipe in vice so that
it will fully slip over “Y” pipe. Using
provided Anti-Seize, mount turbine
inlet pipe to turbo with two bolts (P/N
91459). Torque to 45 lb-ft. See Figure
26. Tighten clamp at “Y” pipe.
⁹/₁₆" and 15mm sockets
3. Secure “Y” pipe by tightening
four bolts at exhaust manifold outlet.
Torque to 23 lb-ft.
4. Install starter heat shield (P/N
26062) onto starter with hose clamp
(P/N 92841). Do not tighten.
5. Slide lap joint clamp (P/N 52492)
over exhaust with larger end closer
to turbocharger. Install the turbine
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Figure 29
outlet pipe by sliding it over the
exhaust. See Figure 27
Position gasket (P/N 93013) between
turbine and turbine outlet pipe.
Turbine outlet
gasket has marks near each
hole. Position gasket with four
mark hole closest to engine
block, two mark hole closest to
fender, and zero mark hole at
bottom. See Figure 28
6. Using provided anti-seize, install
three bolts (P/N 91817) at the turbine
outlet flange. Torque bolts to 28 lb-ft
Tighten lap joint clamp.
socket, 13mm
⁹/₁₆"
wrench and socket
7. Position starter heat shield half
way between starter and turbine
outlet pipe, as shown above. Tighten
clamp to secure. See Figure 29
8. Install the preformed
turbocharger heat shield (P/N 26110)
over the turbocharger and secure
with bolt (P/N 26110). Secure wire
harness away from turbine outlet
pipe using large cable tie (P/N 62003).
See Figure 30
Boost Tube
1. Install 90º brass barb (P/N
92122) and pipe plug (P/N 92251) into
boost tube (P/N 42452) with thread
sealant. 2005-2006 Only - Install
stock IAT sensor into boost
tube. See Figure 31
Figure 30
Figure 32
Figure 31
Banks Sidewinder® Turbo
System can be run without
the Super-Scoop®; however
the performance of the Banks
Sidewinder® Turbo System
will suffer and cannot be
guaranteed.
2. Install small end of boost tube
using hose coupler (P/N 94253) at
turbo with hose clamps (P/N 92850),
Install large end using hose coupler
(P/N 94276) at throttle body with
hose clamps (P/N 92855).
2005-2006 Only - Connect IAT
sensor connector.
3. Connect free end of BOV
reference line to BOV barb with
spring clamp (P/N 92775). Use cable
ties to secure line to avoid hot or
moving parts.
1. Cover entire turbo with clean
rag. Cover any other open ports or
electrical connectors.
2. Use scissors to carefully cut
provided template on reference lines
labeled bottom of hood and edge of
hood latch.
Edge of Hood Latch
Reference Line refers ONLY to
OEM hood latches!
3. Position template on hood by
aligning bottom of hood reference
line with bottom edge of hood. Then,
align edge of hood latch reference
line with left side of hood latch.
Ensure the upper and lower hood
crease reference lines are aligned
with crease in side of hood and
adjust if necessary. Use masking tape
to hold template in place.
See Figure 32
4. Use a center punch to mark
four mounting hole centers and
five intake hole centers for drilling
locations. Carefully remove template
Figure 33
4. Install wastegate actuator
reference line (P/N 94123) by pushing
it onto 90º brass barb on boost tube
and on to wastegate actuator barb.
Use cable ties to secure line to avoid
hot or moving parts.
Ram-Air® Intake &
Super-Scoop®
Installing the
Ram-Air® Intake & SuperScoop® requires that you
cut a hole in your hood. The
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Figure 34
Figure 35
Edge seal
Push type
Retainers
from hood without damaging it. See
Figure 32
5. Using a stepped drill bit, drill
a ³/₈" hole in four mounting hole
locations (outside center marks). Drill
a ⁵/₁₆" starter hole in five intake hole
locations (inside center marks) to
guide 1 ¹/₂" hole saw. Take care while
drilling and cutting and beware of
surrounding components.
Use eye and ear
protection while drilling and
cutting.
6. Use a 1 ¹/₂" hole saw to cut five
intake holes where the ⁵/₁₆" starter
holes were made. See Figure 33
7.
Use scissors to fully cut intake
hole from template (arch shape).
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Position intake hole by aligning outer
edge with outer edges of all five
1½” holes. Ensure bottom edge of
intake hole is parallel to bottom edge
of hood. Secure with masking tape
and trace along outer edge to create
intake hole shape on hood.
See Figure 33
8. Use a pneumatic reciprocating
saw or similar cutting implement
to cut along inside edge of trace,
connecting all five outer edges of
1 ¹/₂" holes. Deburr all edges and
carefully remove rags, trapping all
debris. Use touch-up paint to cover
raw metal edge. See Figure 33
9. Center Super-Scoop® (P/N
41565) in intake hole with bottom
edge parallel to bottom edge of hood.
Mark mounting locations on SuperScoop® through inside of hood.
See Figure 34
10.Use stepped drill bit to drill four
³/₈" holes in Super-Scoop® at marked
mounting locations. Deburr all edges.
ONLY drill
through inside wall of SuperScoop®.
11. Use four push type retainers
(P/N 92023) to mount Super-Scoop®
on hood. Install edge seal (P/N 93141)
onto inside edge of Super-Scoop.®
See Figure 35
Air Filter and Housing
1. Install air filter housing isolators
Figure 36
Figure 38
Long
Screws
Air filter
housing
Isolators
Short
Screw
Figure 37
Figure 39
Compressor
Intake Tube
Front PCV
Hose
Engine Fan
Shroud
(P/N 92980) onto fender with washers
(P/N 91102) and Keps nuts (P/N
91112). Do not tighten.
See Figure 36
2. Install air filter housing (P/N
41561) onto isolators with washers
and Keps nuts. Torque all fasteners to
8 lb-ft.
⁷/₁₆" wrench and socket
3. Install compressor intake tube
(P/N 41564) onto compressor using
one hose coupler (P/N 94265) and
two worm gear clamps (P/N 92841).
Do not tighten.
Place coupler
and clamps on compressor
(position clamps where worm
gear is accessible), then install
compressor intake tube.
4. Install air filter element into air
filter housing with open end towards
compressor intake tube. Use hose
clamp (P/N 92872) to secure air filter
element to compressor intake tube.
Do not tighten.
Check for clearance
between compressor intake
tube and engine fan shroud.
If necessary, mark where
clearance is needed and
remove compressor intake
tube. Trim fan shroud to
provide approximately ³∕ 8”
clearance. See Figure 37
5. Install air filter housing cover
(P/N 41562) with one short machine
screw (P/N 91226) in bottom hole and
two long machine screws (P/N 91242)
in top two holes. Tighten compressor
intake tube clamps at compressor
inlet, then the clamp at air filter.
See Figure 38
#3 Phillips, 8mm socket
6. Install provided 20” length ¹/₂"
inner diamter front PC (P/N 94138)
from compressor intake tube to PCV
elbow on top of engine (towards the
front). See Figure 39
7. Reinstall passenger side radiator
support rod.
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Boost Gauge
1. Using compression ferrule
installed in throttle body, install boost
gauge kit. Refer to provided boost
gauge kit installation instructions for
full procedure.
5. After terms agreement, the Main
Menu will appear with the following
selection options: Tune Vehicle, Scan
Tool, and Settings.
6. To flash tune vehicle, select
Tune Vehicle from the Main Menu.
Flash Tune: '05-06 ONLY
FOR '99-04: Refer to supplemental SCT Tuning Guide
that is included with your
kit for all tuning instructions.
Banks Sidewinder®
Tune must be successfully
loaded before running vehicle.
1. Run the inTune auto update
software by connecting inTune to
your computer with provided USB
cable.
2. Software should install
automatically. If it does not, click
Run InTune.exe in popup window. If
there is no popup window, click the
Windows icon in bottom left corner.
Then, click on Computer (Windows 7,
8, 10). In new window, double click
on drive labeled i2. In the i2 drive,
select Updater. Then choose your
system (Linux, Windows, Mac).
3. If an update is available, you
will be prompted to not unplug the
device, click OK. The update will
begin, do not unplug device until it
has restarted.
8. Select Advanced Tune and then
select Install Standard Tune.
7. Wait for prompt, then turn key
to the RUN position without starting
the vehicle and select Continue.
9. Select Banks Sidewinder® Turbo
and then select YES to use selected
tune.
4. Connect the inTune to vehicle’s
diagnostic port using OBDII Cable.
Diagnostic port is
located below steering column, on
left hand side.
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13.Wait for prompt, then turn key to
OFF position and select Continue.
0. Select Install Standard Tune
1
and then select Skip Control Unit.
Select YES to confirm skip.
11.Select YES to begin Backup.
14.When prompted, turn key to ON
position without starting the vehicle.
12. Once backup is complete,
select Apply Tune.
15.Once tune is installed and
prompt appears, turn key to OFF
position and select Continue.
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16. When prompted, turn key to ON
position without starting the vehicle
and select Continue.
17. Select Continue after successful
install to return to Main Menu or
unplug inTune.
Fuel and Oil
Test Drive
1. If you were not using 91 octane
gasoline, drain all fuel from the vehicle
and refill using 91 octane gasoline.
Banks Sidewinder®
Tune must be successfully
loaded before running vehicle.
Using fuel with
an octane rating lower than 91
will cause severe damage to
engine and/or turbo system.
1. After ensuring that there are no
leaks, start the vehicle. Allow vehicle to
idle for several minutes to warm-up.
2. Fill vehicle with 10W-30 synthetic
motor oil. See vehicle owner’s manual
for quantity. We also recommend
replacing your oil filter.
It is important to use
synthetic oil due to increased
oil temperature caused by the
turbocharger.
3. Check engine bay for tools and
other items. Start vehicle and let idle
for several minutes. Shut down the
vehicle.
4. Check for leaks. Check oil level
and add oil if needed.
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96312 v.7.1
2. Test drive vehicle in a location
with minimal traffic. Drive for several
minutes at light load, keeping boost at
or below 2 PSI and engine RPM under
3000. Shut down vehicle if engine
temperature increases above 245
degrees Fahrenheit or if boost pressure
increases above 7 psi.
3. Park in a safe location and allow
vehicle to idle. Exit vehicle and check
for any leaks, including oil, fuel, and
exhaust.
4. If no leaks are found, continue
to drive vehicle, gradually increasing
throttle / load and boost pressure while
listening for any pinging / detonation.
It is important to allow the ECU time
to re-learn the new fuel system
configuration - typically, a full tank of
fuel used over several drive cycles
while gradually increasing boost and
RPM will provide adequate time for the
system to adapt.
Parts List
24240
Sidewinder Turbo System, Non-Intercooled, w/AutoMind HH Prgrmr - '99-02 Jeep Wrangler, 4.0L I-6
Qty
24240-1
Owner's Manual & Installation Kit, Turbo Systems - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-2
Turbocharger, 6-PSI W/G & Mounting Bracket Assembly, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-3
Lubrication Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-4
Exhaust Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-6
Ram-Air Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-7
Fuel Injection Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-02 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-5
66123
24241
Boost Tube Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-04 Jeep 4.0L
1
AutoMind Programmer, Hand Held, Sidewinder Turbo only - 99-04 Jeep 4.0L
1
Sidewinder Turbo System, Non-Intercooled, w/AutoMind HH Prgrmr - '03-04 Jeep Wrangler, 4.0L I-6
Qty
24240-1
Owner's Manual & Installation Kit, Turbo Systems - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-2
Turbocharger, 6-PSI W/G & Mounting Bracket Assembly, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-3
Lubrication Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-4
Exhaust Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-6
Ram-Air Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24241-7
Fuel Injection Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 03-04 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-5
Boost Tube Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-04 Jeep 4.0L
1
66123
AutoMind Programmer, Hand Held, Sidewinder Turbo only - 99-04 Jeep 4.0L
1
24244
Sidewinder Turbo System, Non-Intercooled, w/AutoMind HH Prgrmr - 2005-06 Jeep Wrangler, 4.0L I-6
Qty
24240-1
Owner's Manual & Installation Kit, Turbo Systems - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-2
Turbocharger, 6-PSI W/G & Mounting Bracket Assembly, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-3
Lubrication Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-4
Exhaust Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-6
Ram-Air Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24244-7
Fuel Injection Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24244-5
66124
24240-1
26062
Boost Tube Kit, Turbo Syst - 05-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
AutoMind Programmer, Hand Held, Sidewinder Turbo only - 05-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
Owner's Manual & Installation Kit, Turbo Systems - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
Qty
Heatshield, Starter - Ford 460 Efi Truck/Motorhome
1
63001
Mounting Panel, One Gauge - Black, W/Fasteners
1
64050
Boost Gauge Kit, 0-15 PSI
1
90001
Threadlocker, Blue .5Ml
1
26111
Heatshield, 4.0L Sidewinder Turbo Housing
1
91117
Bolt, (1/4" - 20 x 3/4")
1
91102
Washer, 1/4" Flat
1
90040
Thread Sealant w/PTFE - 1oz Tube
1
90045
Anti Seize, 5 Grams -
1
92841
Hose Clamp, #40 W/Liner
1
93013
Gasket, Turbine Outlet - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96002
Decal, Stop Do Not Discard - Ram Air Filter
1
96009
Urocal, Banks Power, Small - Red, Black & Silver
2
96312
Owners Manual, Sidewinder Turbo Syst - 1999-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96399
Product Registration Card - All Products
1
97173
Logo Plate, Banks - Super-Scoop, Jeep Turbo System
1
24240-2
Turbocharger, 6-PSI W/G & Mounting Bracket Assembly, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
Qty
24250
Turbocharger Assembly - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24317
Hex Nut, Flex Lock, 1/4-28
2
24335
Bracket, Wastegate Actuator, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
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24373
Linkage, Wastegate Actuator, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24382
Wastegate Actuator, Uncalibrated - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
52157
Bracket, Turbo Mounting, 99-06 Jeep Wrangler 4.0L
1
62003
Cable Tie, Black, 13" -
2
65298
Stand-Off, Idler Pulley, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
65330
Belt, Accessory Drive, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L, Stock Pulleys, w/ AC
1
91126
Nut, Jam, Thin Hex - 1/4"-28, Zinc
1
91201
Washer, AN, S/S - 5/16"
6
91401
Washer, AN, S/S - 3/8"
5
91402
Washer, Sae Flat, Zinc - 3/8"
1
91457
Hex Bolt, Flange Head, Non-Serrated, Grade 5, Zinc - 3/8"-16 X 1"
1
91458
Hex Bolt, Grade 8, Zinc - 3/8"-16 X 1 1/4"
4
91468
Hex Bolt, Grade 8, Zinc - 3/8"-16 X 1 5/8"
1
91738
Hex Bolt - 6Mm-1.00 X 12Mm, 8.8, Zinc
2
91739
Hex Bolt, Flange Head - 6MM-1.00 X 10MM, 8.8, Zinc
2
91806
Hex Nut, Locking, 8MM X 1.25, High-temp Steel, Copper Coated
2
91939
Hex Bolt, 8MM X 1.25 X 30MM, 10.9 Zinc
2
91943
Hex Bolt, 8MM X 1.25 X 45MM, 10.9 Zinc
2
92024
Cap, Silicone, Turbocharger Assy - Various Applications
1
93010
Gasket, Turbine Inlet - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96059
Decal, Banks Big Head - Wastegate Actuator
1
24240-3
Qty
92106
Fitting, Tee, 1/8 MPT X 1/8"FPT X -4 AN
1
92177
Fitting, 3/8" NPT X 5/8" Hose 45° Brass
1
92275
Weld Bung, 3/8" NPT
1
92810
Hose Clamp, #10
2
94075
Hose, Turbo Oil Feed - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
94203
Hose, Oil Drain, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-4
Exhaust Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
Qty
52096
Up-Pipe, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
52098
Turbine Outlet Pipe, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
52257
Plug, Oxygen Sensor Port, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
52462
Exhaust Clamp, Band Style - 2 1/2"
1
52492
Exhaust Clamp, Lap Joint, 2-1/2", 304 SS
1
91459
Hex Bolt, Flange Head, Grade 8, Zinc - 3/8"-16 X 1 1/2"
2
91817
Hex Bolt, Flange Head, 10.9 Zinc - 8MM-1.25 X 25MM
3
93170
Gasket, Copper - Plug, Oxygen Sensor Port, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
24240-6
Ram-Air Components Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
24240-61
Small Parts Kit, Ram-Air - Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
41506X
41561
Qty
1
Air Filter Element, Turbo System - 1999-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
Housing, Air Filter, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
41562
Cover, Air Filter Hsg, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
41564
Intake Tube, Turbo System - 96-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
41565
Super-Scoop, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96002
Decal, Stop Do Not Discard - Ram Air Filter
1
24240-7
26
Lubrication Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
Fuel Injection Parts Kit, Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
Qty
42730
Spacer, 0.85" H X .600 OD X .25 ID - Aluminum
3
43625
MAP Sensor, 2-Bar, Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96312 v.7.1
43628
Spacer, Throttle Body/Mount, MAP Sensor - Turbo System - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
43643
Fuel Injector, 35 lb/[email protected] PSI, EV6 - Turbo Syst - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
6
47102
Valve, Vacuum Check - Turbo System, 1999-06 Jeep
1
47105
Valve, PCV Check - Turbo System, 1999-06 Jeep
1
62001
Cable Tie, Black, 6" -
12
91759
Hex Bolt, Flange Head - 6Mm-1.00 X 35Mm
3
91761
Hex Bolt, Flange Head - 6Mm-1.00 X 45Mm
4
91826
Washer, Int Tooth Lock, Zinc - #10
2
91860
Hex Bolt - 10-32 X 3/4"
2
92032
Cap, Vacuum/Boost, 5/8" ID, Rubber
1
92131
Fitting, 1/4" NPT Male X 3/8" Push On Barb, Brass
1
92251
Plug, 1/8" NPT- Hex Countersunk, Zinc
1
92775
Clamp, 11/32" Spring Band, Silver
2
92777
Clamp, 19/32" Spring Band, OD Green
2
92879
Clamp, 3/4" Spring Band, Black - 97-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
93078
Gasket, Throttle Body - 99-06 Jeep 4.0L
2
94122
Hose, Silicone, Black - 3/16" ID X 3/8" OD Bulk
5
94136
Hose, PCV, 3/8"Id X 1/2"Od - Bulk
1.33
94138
Hose, 1/2"Id X 3/4"Od, Bulk - Jeep 4.0L, PCV Hose
0.25
24244-5
Boost Tube Kit, Turbo Syst - 05-06 Jeep 4.0L
Qty
42452
Boost Tube, Non-Intercooled, Turbo System - 05-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
92122
Fitting, 1/8" Npt X 1/4" Hose - Elbow, 90 Degree
1
92251
Plug, 1/8" NPT- Hex Countersunk, Zinc
1
92850
Hose Clamp, T-Bolt Style, 2 3/8" - Various Applications
2
92855
Hose Clamp, T-Bolt Style - 3"
2
94123
Hose, Silicone, Black - 1/4" ID X 7/16" OD Bulk
1
94253
Hose, 2.0" ID x 1.875" Lng, Reinforced silicone, Black w/Brick Red Liner
1
94276
Hose, Throttle Body Inlet - 1997-06 Jeep 4.0L
1
96312 v.7.1
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