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Old 04-07-2012, 09:53 AM   #1
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QUIET DSS 9" 3:50 UNIT

looking to trade for a 391- 410 ratio. thanks flem
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Old 04-07-2012, 11:33 AM   #2
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looking to trade for a 391- 410 ratio. thanks flem
I have the 3.90 unit and am looking to go with a 3.50.....I don't want a lot of downtime though so I was going to buy another unit and just keep this as a spare but might be open to trade. PM what you have in mind on how we can facilitate it.
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just so you know the 3:90 gear has been the most problematic we have had with Strange
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:27 AM   #4
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I have the 3.90 unit and am looking to go with a 3.50.....I don't want a lot of downtime though so I was going to buy another unit and just keep this as a spare but might be open to trade. PM what you have in mind on how we can facilitate it.
Great seller and he has a unit with just a few miles and is quite ,i knew you needed a 3.50 lol
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:55 AM   #5
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Great seller and he has a unit with just a few miles and is quite ,i knew you needed a 3.50 lol
Thanks. The 3.90 worked GREAT for the M6 and the power level I was at...went through the traps just right and carried 1st gear through the 60' so I have no issues with that. The problem with the new combo is trap speed is going to be significantly higher...160 range which puts my rpm at something like 7500 through the traps....not the deal.
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Old 04-08-2012, 11:00 AM   #6
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Thanks. The 3.90 worked GREAT for the M6 and the power level I was at...went through the traps just right and carried 1st gear through the 60' so I have no issues with that. The problem with the new combo is trap speed is going to be significantly higher...160 range which puts my rpm at something like 7500 through the traps....not the deal.
So you need a 3.50 to bring Rpm down so you can go through the traps at a lower rpm! God I wished I had this problem! Just rub it in huffer
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So you need a 3.50 to bring Rpm down so you can go through the traps at a lower rpm! God I wished I had this problem! Just rub it in huffer
Lol....yeah it's kind of a good problem to have but like every problem with this car....it costs more money.
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huffer, i sent a pm thanks flem
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