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"just in case...."

.....some one tries to pull a fast one, these babies will be going in

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Into what?

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5.13s if I counted right

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Into what?
into the aluminum differential RobertP is building me

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What ratio?
guess you learned something today about counting teeth and gear ratio's eh?
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guess you learned something today about counting teeth and gear ratio's eh?


Yay for learning! lol I never thought of counting them
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I think GM just likes tire shopping. With these he can do it every week!
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well the ones that are getting put in are in the high 4's hehe...these are "just in case" it doesnt wind up high enough at the top of third gear
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I'd like to borrow them for a while after you use them.......and when I get my pos back together.

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Holy ratio Batman!

So.......I'm sure this question is on everyone's mind; where is your planned engine's redline going to be? Pluto?

Might have to keep a neckbrace handy, GM.

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So.......I'm sure this question is on everyone's mind; where is your planned engine's redline going to be? Pluto?

Might have to keep a neckbrace handy, GM.

LOL Pluto yea that is way out there !!

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heh...not factoring in the 4R75W transmission, the engine-alone redline will be 3000+ above a stock MN12 4.6
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Dang, gonna be a test vehicle for one of those 7.5" torque converters that stall around 5000
nah that stall is too low...i'm hoping for higher

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who needs displacement when you can rev? oh i forgot, you would need it
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... You're insane. I love it.

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I can't imagine driving that car on the street with those gears. 75mph is going to be 3500rpms in OD!

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What's your engine rpm going to be when cruising at, say, 70 mph - 43,000?!!

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I can't imagine driving that car on the street with those gears. 75mph is going to be 3500rpms in OD!
hehe.....won't be a problem since I have another ~5000 RPMs before the cams tops out

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SVO heads and intake? That's the only thing I can think of that would stand a chance of flowing enough to support 8K rpms. Or are you going 4V?

On a side note, that $20 TL carrier, is it for an IRS? If so, how much would shipping be to 07724?

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