Didn't really have any wheel hop before, but I had never gunned it from a dig with the 275 Nitto 555r's on the rear. The piece is a direct bolt in, no issues with the install.
From a dead stop on the street, the 555r's grip from a dead stop, even when snapping the throttle to full open. With traction control off and gunning it from a dead stop, they hook initially, spin just a touch from 4500 to 5000 RPM, and start to grip again on their own. On a well prepped track surface, I really think they won't slip at all when the tree turns green.
I am still running the stock rear mount with SCP's bushing set on the front of the housing. After beefing up the rear end, I didn't have any wheel hop at all and no signs of leaking around the seal from housing deformation like I had with the original piece and 245 BFG g-Force Super Sport A/S.
-5.0 Big Bore
Ran @ Normal Operating Temps, No Race Tune, No Setup Changes from Daily Driven Configurations
9.0 @ 78 (1/8 Mile only in Abilene
2.06 60' on Street Tires (BFG G-Force Super Sport 245/50/16)
3805 Lbs, Stock Exhaust Manifolds
Density Altitude = 4132'
That Run, Corrected for Standard Day
1/8 mile: 8.75 @ 82