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mookaloid

posted on 3/8/17 at 11:13 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by wrayvon
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Originally posted by mookaloid
If you want it to accelerate faster, then put a 3.92 diff in it. I beat Jacko on the drag strip way back when I had my similar car. The motors were very similar on pwer but if I recall I was running a 3.92 and your car has a 3.62 ( I am presuming it has a 7" diff)

Oh and mine had a better driver by the way


That sounds good, however any sustained high speed might get a little more annoying due to higher revs surely?

Haha I'm sure Graham will be along shortly to argue that one with you


The change to 3.92 is not a radical one. It will just add that bit extra ooomph and make things a bit more lively.

It's perfectly ok at 70mph - above that the general discomfort of driving a 7 and the wind noise etc completely takes over anyway. If you want a relaxed cruiser get a Lexus





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wrayvon

posted on 4/8/17 at 09:08 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by mookaloid
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Originally posted by wrayvon
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Originally posted by mookaloid
If you want it to accelerate faster, then put a 3.92 diff in it. I beat Jacko on the drag strip way back when I had my similar car. The motors were very similar on pwer but if I recall I was running a 3.92 and your car has a 3.62 ( I am presuming it has a 7" diff)

Oh and mine had a better driver by the way


That sounds good, however any sustained high speed might get a little more annoying due to higher revs surely?

Haha I'm sure Graham will be along shortly to argue that one with you


The change to 3.92 is not a radical one. It will just add that bit extra ooomph and make things a bit more lively.

It's perfectly ok at 70mph - above that the general discomfort of driving a 7 and the wind noise etc completely takes over anyway. If you want a relaxed cruiser get a Lexus


Haha fair point! Something I may have to look into....

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wrayvon

posted on 16/8/17 at 11:02 AM Reply With Quote
New lights (thanks for the link for these Trevor (from facebook group)!):



They work a treat at night too!



[Edited on 16/8/17 by wrayvon]

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