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Old Oct-03-16, 02:45 PM   #61

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We do have more ready to be built! Sent you a PM or is anyone else is interested you can look at some of our work on www.facebook.com/bullyracing/
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How is unit holding up? Updates.. Positive or negative?

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I went and got an alignment yesterday. The guys at the shop kept asking me if it could do an AWD burnout. When it was bolt ons it would spin quite a bit with a 4k stall. With the new higher stall, I tried to get them to spin but it was very limited and with the exception of some tire screech, it basically dead hooked. I'm pretty impressed honestly. I have a couple of small things to fix but I'm looking forward to taking it to the track soon and seeing what it can do. With the drag radials, 4k stall and some weight reduction it did consistent 1.62-1.64 60' times. Hopefully this new setup with the front diff, 4400 stall, drag radials and the new weight will dip into the 1.5's on pump gas. That would be great.
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^^ I am interested as well. I'm about ready to do some front axle/diff work.
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Just received my lsd unit... can't wait to install it and try it out!
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How is unit holding up? Updates.. Positive or negative?
Mine has about 200 miles on it. I am very happy I did it. I'll report back after some power upgrades above what I have now.

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Who makes the this carrier unit, powermaxx? What range of gearsets can you run?

I guess the only down side to this is will the front case hold? Can the iron housings be run with the tbss driveline setup?

And.. who has enough power to lift the front tires, need them to try this setup out.

I think the ideal setup would be a manual controlled transfer case, with this torsen or air-locker setup up front and a Eaton out back. Having the 6-speed 6L would be awesome as you could go numerically higher ratio, and not suffer like us 4l80 guys do on the fwy.
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I'll look at who made it, can't remember right now.

My buddy who built it said when he called for bearings, they said the part number on the box was for a BMW.

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