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Replacing Your Exhaust Manifold/Header on a TJ/LJ

CHALLENGING BUT NOT DIFFICULT MANIFOLD SWAP

Are you tired of your Jeep making that horrible ticking sound? Do you have an exhaust leak? Sometimes the &#;ticking&#; will start out loud when the engine is first started and will get quiet as it heats up, basically sealing the small leaks. But when the ticking continues, you will know it&#;s time to look at replacing your exhaust manifold and/or gasket. At some point in the ownership of your TJ or LJ you will experience the dreaded sound of an exhaust leak. ALL exhaust manifolds seem to crack&#;eventually.

Even the aftermarket headers with lifetime warranties will fail. The LJ ( L) that we will be working on actually has a Banks exhaust header on it&#;and its cracked in a couple of places. I will say it again; they will all crack in due time. It&#;s the nature of the expansion and contraction of the part itself.

While this job isn&#;t difficult, it can be challenging! But with some patience and attention to detail, it is a job you can perform yourself.

The tools required for the job are not extensive&#;but there are a few bolts that can be VERY challenging to get to. Having the drivers side inner fender out of the way can be helpful but is not necessary. A camera will be helpful to take a couple of pics of the connections before you start pulling them apart.

  1. You will need a basic socket set (extensions and flexible head ratchets will be helpful).
  2. Flexible head ratcheting wrenches (Gear Wrench).
  3. Your new manifold, gasket and some loctite. We chose a Drake stainless header as a replacement.

While I won&#;t go into every detail in taking things apart and the reassembly, I&#;m hoping that the pictures will help give you an idea of what this project entails. There are a lot of resources out there in case you get yourself in a bind. Just be patient, take a deep breath and get to it!

The absolute most difficult part of this project is getting to the bolts that are located under the intake manifold, next to the exhaust tubes themselves. This is where the extensions, wobble head sockets and ratcheting head wrenches will be beneficial.

Those two electrical looking plugs are O2 sensors. One of them was froze into the header tube and we wrecked the threads removing it, so it was replaced.

Using a little anti-seize when reinstalling these into the new header helps.

Remove the existing gasket and clean the surface well before installing the new ones.

That&#;s NOT a grinding wheel! Just a detail pad to clean the surface. You don&#;t want to create dips or any uneven portions in the mating surfaces.

This ends the easy part of the installation. Since the intake and exhaust share the gasket, the intake manifold gets installed over the top of the exhaust manifold, making getting to the remaining bolts a really fun time 🙂 So, take your time and think things through. There were two bolts that gave us a hard time but using a mix of extensions and wobbles&#;in the end, we won.

Because of the particulars of this Jeep build, we realized that the exhaust, as it left the header tubes, would hit the front driveshaft. This LJ sits on a Metalcloak long-arm suspension system and a TeraFlex Tera60 full float front end. That said, Jimi from Alpine Offroad had to be a little creative with the exhaust in order for the driveshaft to clear.

A shout out to the guys at Alpine Off-Road in Montrose, Colorado for helping us with this project!

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The Banks Power TorqueTube System - is the top of the line performance exhaust manifold you want for your L Jeep Wrangler.The Banks TorqueTube assembly for the L Wrangler provides nearly identical engineering innovations and benefits as the TorqueTubes for the L 6-cylinder Jeeps: bulletproof construction precision fit of the dead-flat half-inch flange to the port pattern imperviousness of the flange to cracking and separating and the easy, bolt-on design. Inc   Pacesetter ARMOR coat Headers Jeep Wrangler L  

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Manufactured using mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing and surface-ground, thick steel flanges. All PaceSetter Headers come with hardware, gaskets and illustrated instructions and are backed by a three-year warranty. Header bolts not included. Picture used for reference only, actual product may vary!   Banks Power Torque Tube System Jeep Wrangler  

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Manufactured using mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing and surface-ground, thick steel flanges. All PaceSetter Headers come with hardware, gaskets and illustrated instructions and are backed by a three-year warranty. Header bolts not included. Picture used for reference only, actual product may vary!   Pacesetter ARMOR coat Headers Jeep Wrangler L  

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These headers retain your stock catalytic converters and are a direct bolt-on installation which requires no cutting or drilling to provide a hassle-free installation. 4-to-1 formed collector is used as an efficient way to collect header primary tubes together. % MIG-welded for strength and durability. A 1/2" thick, 1-piece flange prevents warpage to ensure a leak-free seal over the life of the vehicle. Tube lengths are optimized for true pulse control technology which improves flow and perfo    

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Hooker BH Blackheart LT Swap Headers, Jeep YJ/TJ/LJ

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These mid-length BlackHeart headers are for Jeep Wrangler YJ/TJ/LJ with LT engine. They have /4 inch primary tubes, /2 inch collectors and are built from lightweight stainless steel. The tube geometry and collector outlet positions are specifically designed for this application to maximize component compatibility, clearance and suspension travel. They work with BlackHeart Y-pipe and engine mounting brackets to provide a simple engine swap solution.

Features:

  • Tube Geometry and Collector Outlets Designed to Maximize Component Compatibility and Suspension Travel
  • /4 inch Primary Tubes with /2 inch Collectors Provide Suitable Flow for Most Applications
  • V-Band Flange Collector Outlets for Gasket-Less Sealing to Downstream Components
  • Design is Optimized with Blackheart #BH Y-Pipe and Holley #, #, # (Lt) or Stock Vortec Truck Oil Pans
  • Designed for use with Hooker Blackheart Engine Mounting Brackets to Eliminate the Need for Component Modifications
  • Constructed from Lightweight, 18 Gauge, Mandrel Bent, Stainless Steel for Maximum Strength and Durability
  • Uses 3/8 inch Thick, Stainless Steel Flanges for Durability and an Optimum Sealing Surface
  • % Quality Hand-Welded Construction for Strength, Longevity and Good Looks
  • % Bolt-On with no Modifications Necessary
  • Tube Geometry Designed for a Hassle-Free Installation
  • All Hardware Included
  • Manufacturer’s Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Jeep Wrangler LS/LT Swap Tech Guide (PDF)

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Designed for use with Hooker Blackheart BH Y-pipe and engine mounting brackets

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This product is engineered to facilitate the installation of a later model, emissions friendly engine into a vintage / classic vehicle. Federal guidelines indicate that an engine swap is allowable if one or more of the following conditions apply:

  • If there is a reasonable basis for knowing that emissions are not adversely affected as described in the EPA Tampering Policy dated November 23rd,
  • The resulting vehicle is identical (with regard to all emissions related parts, engine design parameters and engine calibrations) to a certified configuration of the same or newer model year as the vehicle chassis
  • The vehicle is a uncontrolled vehicle - Vehicles that were manufactured before emission control regulations took effect are called uncontrolled vehicles. Aftermarket parts regulations and anti-tampering laws do not apply to these vehicles
  • An EO legal engine swap kit is utilized (such as a GM EROD)
  • The vehicle is being used for Competition Use Only - Racing Use Only Vehicles are vehicles that are used exclusively for competition that are not registered and that may never be used on the street

Consumers are responsible for complying with laws prohibiting tampering, and for ensuring that modified vehicles are operated in a manner that complies with applicable laws.

Motor vehicle emissions standards are intended to help achieve and maintain air quality goals that benefit human health and the environment. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources Board, Environment Canada, and other regulatory agencies prohibit the operation of vehicles on public roads that violate applicable emissions standards. The alteration of certified production vehicles to modify, remove, or render inoperable emissions control hardware or software, known as "tampering" is prohibited by the U.S. Clean Air Act and other laws. Tampering with motor vehicles emissions control systems is punishable by substantial monetary penalties.

Holley is committed to performance parts that allow enthusiasts to modify their vehicles and meet emission requirements. The information provided here is intended to provide general guidance of interest to most consumers. This guidance may not apply to all vehicles or all situations. It is up to each consumer to evaluate his or her own situation and take the steps necessary to comply with applicable laws. The websites listed below have more information about regulations and policies pertaining to motor vehicle emissions. You should also check the regulations applicable to your local area.

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jeep_boss said:

Let me chime, in since I had Banks Torque Tube headers on my TJR when I bought it.

First, despite what anyone else will tell you about aftermarket headers not having any performance benefits on the L motor are wrong. I put stock headers back on, and I lost a noticable amount of power and responsiveness. So in this regard, do not listen to anyone except those that have actuallyrun with them! They are probably just repeating the opinions of old timers that think they know everything, that do not have any experience running them.

Second, don't do it! The power gains are not worth the downsides, which are:

  • Prone to cracking like it was mentioned above
  • Nearly impossible to properly mount and remove without dropping the motor - given how the lower bolts are blocked by the exhaust tubes
It took my almost 9 hours to remove the two last bolts off the Banks. My hands are stillscarred up from that job too.

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I'm going to have to agree to disagree with you here, especially having run the Banks Torque Tube headers on my Rubicon for about a year before switching back to the stock manifold. Unless you can show back-to-back dyno charts of before and after the header install, the "noticeable power" doesn't mean much at all. In the case of something like a supercharger, it's impossible not to notice, and I would't doubt you one bit. However, based off all the dyno charts I've seen in regards to headers in the past, the hp people have gained is not enough to be "noticeable" other than a placebo effect.

My Banks headers made more noise, so that added to the effect of "performance gains", but it wasn't real. In addition to that, when I put the stock manifold back on, I didn't feel like I lost anything other than noise.

Often times with headers, what's happening is that power bands are being slightly shifted around. So sometimes people assume they've gained power, when they've really just changed their power band (such was the case with the large headers I put on my old E39 M5, though with those I actually did gain about 30 hp, but it was mostly in the mid to top range due to the size of those things).

Dynos have so much variance in them as well, that measuring something like a hp gain is negligible at best, and can be chalked up to a lot more than just a bolt-on modification.

So while I do indeed respect your opinion (and this is in no way meant to start an argument), I'm going to have to say that I disagree with you on the power gains %. I feel like I'm entitled to as well, since I have run the same headers before too.

I believe that if the could use full length headers that went all the way from the head down past the catalytic converters, then there would be some power to be gained. But the fact that the exhaust manifold stops right as it hits the pre-cats is restrictive in my mind, and therefore aftermarket headers leave a lot to be desired.

Anyways, just sharing my opinion on this matter, don't take it personally or anything.

 

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JBA Headers - JBA Headers Exhaust Systems, JEEP TJ Wrangler Cat Back SS

When it comes to performance exhaust systems, most people are looking for three things: Power, sound,
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4. Polished chrome stainless steal tip(s)- Won't discolor, enhances vehicle appearance
5. Factory style hangers- Easy installation

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With more power, quicker acceleration and tougher construction than ever, the Banks TorqueTube® for the Jeep liter out muscles any competitive exhaust manifold: period! Made from super-durable, mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing and sporting a 1/2"-thick precision ported and machined flange. Powering through the roughest terrain is no longer a question.

And cracking a thing of the past when you arm your Jeep with Banks TorqueTubes.

  • Virtually indestructible % Stainless Steel
  • Mandrel-formed tubes tune exhaust flow for maximum torque
  • Maximize exhaust extraction
  • Flanges welded on both sides, then milled flat
  • Seamless high-velocity collector
  • Pulls exhaust and slashes backpressure
  • Heavy stainless replaces crack-prone stock piece
  • Bolts on
  • 1/2 inch thick flanges won't warp or flex

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Banks TorqueTube Manifold features:  

  • Non-deforming manifold outlet seal  
    Self-aligning exhaust seal will never compress or blow out • Bolts easily to stock exhaust
  • Manifold tubes fully welded  
    Each tube is welded to the flange twice, inside and out
  • Super-duty manifold flanges  
    1/2"-thick flanges never warp or crack • Computer-controlled machining • Precision port-match to cylinder head
  • Unrestricted Exhaust Ports  
    Tubes sized and shaped to match cylinder-head exhaust port
  • Precision-milled manifold flange  
    Milled dead-flat after welding, for durability and a perfect seal every time
  • Stainless Steel  
    Sustains exposure to ultra-high temps for superior durability • Mandrel-bent tubing for better airflow

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