I've got one. I'll take some readings the next time I've got the Jeep out. Judging by the build of the Jeep, I am confident that the guy who built it knew exactly what he was doing. As far as I'm concerned he must have been an automotive genius to get everything to work together like he did. He didn't cut any corners either. He used the best of everything, even when it came to little details like the rubber fuel line. The custom fabrication he did is outstanding as well. Unfortunately his brother (who I bought the Jeep from) was an idiot and didn't know much about the Jeep's build. He could only brag about all of the trails he had done in Moab with the Jeep. Keep in mind that the Jeep has likely been built like this for well over 20 years, so any issues with incompatible parts would have been dealt with long ago. I was told that back in the day the Jeep had been magazine featured as one of the first CJ-7 builds to use a 5.0 with the EFI setup. That may or may not be true, but it's cool to think about. Crap! I had the upper intake manifold off several days ago when I was fixing vacuum leaks. I didn't even think about writing down any part numbers.