|21st January 2010, 14:04||#1|
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ICON CJ3B reincarnation
Here is the reincarnation of the original CJ3B available for USD 79K , thrice as much as the Rubicon. Have a look and can we replicate this on the CJ3Bs we have out there?
Nice looks and great specs not to mention the 45 degree dep angles
|21st January 2010, 15:21||#2|
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what a peice.............
Might be possible....May be JEEP Guru can add the appropriate comments.
|21st January 2010, 15:39||#3|
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Hey Guys ,
What kind of wheels it is using? Are these alloys or any other wheels?
|21st January 2010, 16:14||#4|
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Just from a newbie's point of view, though cosmetic modifications might be very much possible, the mechanical transformation of coil and associated stuffs are tricky and more from a reliability aspect. Very few examples of those kind of modifications exist here.
|21st January 2010, 18:00||#5|
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there are many examples on TBhp where many jeeps and gypsies have been done by people like Allan from Goa, Raj from NOIDA and many others.
things and stuff required to build a vehicle like are available in india or can be arranged or made!
so have mullah will make!
|21st January 2010, 21:21||#6|
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Awsome machine man! i have a doubt to ask the gurus here, on seeing this jeep i too feel like fitting coil springs to my mm540 can the coil springs be fitted in any jeep? please post the cost involved for this transformation.
|21st January 2010, 22:08||#7|
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What are the engine specifications in the incarnation of the CJ3B???
79k U$D is a lot of money. Converted to INR comes to almost 40 lacs!!! MAN THAT A LOT.
For maybe 25% of that amount spend over here on a CJ3B we can have a much more capable machine!!! But the question is who would spend something like that. Regarding workshops I think we have the people to execute something like this!!!
But something like this is like having the best of both the worlds!!!
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|21st January 2010, 22:40||#8|
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this machine looks really mean, was there anything really of this sort, i mean ICON?
|22nd January 2010, 00:58||#9|
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This vehicle first showed up on the "cj3b page".
Good information is available there. Info on this link
The First ICON CJ3B on The CJ3B Page
@Ricky 3007: The wheels seem very similar to what is available from "Cragar: 342 Series Black "D" Window ". Here is the link
Cragar | Come Get Your Muscle
|22nd January 2010, 09:19||#12|
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Here are the specs, got them from the company:
GM ECOTEC Engine (Standard equipment)
210H.P, 195 Ft Lbs. Torque (
Type: In-line four cylinder
Displacement: 2401 cc (2.4L)
Compression ratio: 10.0:1
Bore x stroke: 86.00 x 96.00mm
Fuel system: sequential fuel injection
Rev Limit: 6000 rpm
Block: cast aluminum
Cylinder head: cast aluminum
Intake manifold: composite
Connecting rods: forged powder metal
Complete AN Fitted Fuel System
Cad designed motor mounts
Purpose-builICON CJ3B Specifications
t high density core cross flow alloy radiator.
Waterproof electric dual fans, fan shroud.
OE cast iron high flow manifold into a custom single exit 2 computer controlled mandrel bent stainless steel exhaust system with Magnaflow high flow, low noise level muffler.
Laser cut copper gaskets at three bolt 3/16 flanges.
Ceramic coating in matte grey enhance exhaust tone and longevity.
Isolated K&N element filter in a dry sock (for adverse conditions) upon a mandrel bent alloy plenum.
Five Speed Aisin-Warner AX15 Manual transmission (standard equipment)
McLeod/OEM GM hydraulic clutch system
Model. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52108118AB
Synchronization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All Gears
Main Case. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cast Aluminum
Shift Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aluminum alloy
Gear Bearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caged roller
Gears. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Helically cut
Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DCX#4761839AC
Oil Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.25 quarts
1st. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 3.83:1
2nd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.33:1
3rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.44:1
4th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00:1
5th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79:1
Reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.04:1
New OEM Production spec New Process NP231 transfer case is competition proven and freeway friendly, too.
Featuring shift on the fly 4 capability high range 4x4, 2.72 low range, and massive international parts support.
Novak Improved shift controller.
Advance Adapters Slip Yoke Eliminator.
Case: Cast Aluminum Alloy
Weight: 86 lbs. (dry)
Low Range: 2.72:1
High Range: 1:1
Hand crafted 2"x4"x 0.140" mandrel-bent mild steel rails utilize state of the art bending technology to create a rigid, wrinkle-free frame rail. All accessory mounts are precision laser cut and formed to exact dimensions. Chassis-specific jig tables are used, and all welding is completed by certified welders.
AXLES & DIFFERENTIALS
Custom width Production Jeep Rubicon based solid axle assemblies.
1/2 Ton driveshafts, with 1310 joints, high strength steel shaft bodies.
Rear CV joint.
Electric locking differentials standard equipment.
Three position illuminated locker control switch located on dash.
Platform specific design featuring estimated 9 true wheel travel front and rear..
Four wheel coil suspension, with triangulated four link rear, and panhard front linkage designs.
Fox Racing 2 Nitrogen charged shocks with remote reservoirs.
Front torsion bar based sway bar with adjustable and quick release links.
Heavy duty Johnny joints and .188 wall 2 O.D. equal length steel control arms.
Energy bump stops.
Common US parts based power assisted four-wheel vented disc brakes.
Dual diaphragm booster with GM style master cylinder.
Stainless steel system plumbing (hard and flex lines).
Isolated to rear brakes by shrouded stainless cable.
Floor actuated with dash warning light.
Non-vented 10.6-gallon powder-coated black steel fuel tank.
Stainless steel system plumbing (hard and braided lines).
Large serviceable fuel filter, in-tank fuel pump.
Frame mounted fuel pressure regulator.
Designed for mild power effect, and maximum control in all environments.
Lee Engineering Stage Four (4 rotations left to right) steering box.
13:1 to 16:1 mild variable ratio for safe high speed and low speed off-pavement control.
Nascar style alloy GM type II high efficiency pump with reservoir.
Single turn steering shaft with Borgenson joint.
3/4 ton lower steering arms and ends.
US made Teflon lined Heim joints.
Ididit designed custom tilt collapsible steering column.
Hellcat 16 steering wheel.
Purpose built wiring harness, ignition and dash switches.
Triple seal connectors, cross-link wire, and in-cabin sealed fuse panel.
Isolated engine harness.
DOT legal LED headlights.
LED turn, tail, running and dash indicator lights.
90 AMP single wire alternator.
Integrated master kill switch.
INSTRUMENTATION & DASH CONTROLS
Reliable American made Auto Meter gauges (MPH, RPM, oil pressure, fuel level, engine temperature and volts).
Submersible high beam floor switch.
Jewelry grade hand crafted CNCed stainless steel knurled, engraved and enameled dash knobs.
LED lights indicating turn signals, high beam, parking brake.
Three position illuminated locking differential control switch.
12 volt marine rated power port in dash.
Steel windshield frame latches allow for the windshield to be dropped to the hood for maximum clearance.
Seating for four, with three point belts for all.
Polyurea floor surface coating.
Large hidden storage bin under passenger seat.
Standard seat surfaces finished in designer woven Chilewich marine rated UV stable vinyl.
Rear seat fits two passengers, and is removable.
Full Chrome Moly steel roll cage with integrated seat belt anchors and grab handles.
Removable alloy shade canopy (affixes to cage structure).
All-new steel body captures the original Willys character but with even greater longevity and resistance to the elements. The body is built by hand, and finished by hand by the leaders in replacement Jeep and Willys body parts for over four decades. The grill is designed and manufactured in California by ICON.
BODY SURFACE COATINGS
The ICON is finished in a Teflon polyester hybrid super durable Cardinal powder coat originally conceived for exterior industrial architectural uses then developed specifically for the ICON. Each panel is hand finished before assembly, then the underside of the main body and fenders plus inside floor surfaces are coated in a heat cured polyurea coating for reduction of vibration and heat transfer as well as the surface environment. All finished require minimal maintenance with Fantastic-or-409 / 50% water, never needs waxing and survives many a harsh trail.
The proprietary ICON finish is available in seven standard colors (custom color option available);
All ICON CJ3B will feature Volcanic Black windshield frames, in the spirit of the original design.
BF Goodrich A/T or M/T 285/70/R17 tires with powder coated ProComp steel wheels (5).
Front - Powder coated steel truss style with two D shackles. Integral pass through steel hawse fairlead.
Rear - Smittybilt with A frame custom tire carrier.
Here are the specs attached which i got from the company:
Last edited by Jaggu : 22nd January 2010 at 10:00. Reason: Back to back posts, please use Multi Quote instead, Thanks
|13th June 2011, 17:46||#13|
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Re: ICON CJ3B reincarnation
Wow, this is an awesome looking whale of a JEEP. How much will it take to bolt a 1.3 MULTIJET engine into an indian CJ3B shell and bring about all those LED lights, plastic interiors, winch et all? Is it possible to get a TOTALLED vehicle with an almost intact 1.3MJD engine for this cause. If so, how can the endorsements be made in the RC book. Oh my lotsa questions here and am hungry for info as if I'm a hungry goat in a dry desert land