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    I HAVE MADE MY DECISION

    Im just going to get the seat time without mods, easier to learn if the cones are coming at me slow right? lolol I'll keep my eyes out on the local marketplace and craigslist.

    On a side note, I want to get rid of horrible stock cats with 2 high flow cats and a xpipe.
    Pypes and SLP seem to be the options, opinions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by searay86 View Post
    I HAVE MADE MY DECISION

    Im just going to get the seat time without mods, easier to learn if the cones are coming at me slow right? lolol I'll keep my eyes out on the local marketplace and craigslist.

    On a side note, I want to get rid of horrible stock cats with 2 high flow cats and a xpipe.
    Pypes and SLP seem to be the options, opinions?
    You may have said it earlier, but do you have to have cats where you live?

    I would look for an 8.8 though, better to have a limited slip over the one wheel peel 7.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by g36 monkey View Post
    You may have said it earlier, but do you have to have cats where you live?
    While I am required to have cats because of where I live, I want them so I can stay in my SCCA class where cats are required.

    Quote Originally Posted by g36 monkey View Post
    I would look for an 8.8 though, better to have a limited slip over the one wheel peel 7.5
    I might be understanding my classes rules wrong but I do not think I can change rearends. And I thought GTs had limited slip? Dang lmao

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    Isn't this a GT already? Did I miss something? GT should have 8.8 with lsd from factory
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReplicaR View Post
    Isn't this a GT already? Did I miss something? GT should have 8.8 with lsd from factory
    It is and that's what I was thinking

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    You can rebuild stock diff, and it doesn't say anything in the rules about using better clutch packs (FRPP)
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    Itís amazing what a difference fresh clutch packs and new fluid and friction additives can make.


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    Over the winter the rear end was checked and fluid was replaced Id like to do clutch work but thats for future plans

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    Quote Originally Posted by searay86 View Post
    While I am required to have cats because of where I live, I want them so I can stay in my SCCA class where cats are required.

    I might be understanding my classes rules wrong but I do not think I can change rearends. And I thought GTs had limited slip? Dang lmao
    Gotcha, and I must have just been confused, if it is a GT it is an 8.8, I was thinking of someone with a V6, my bad!

    Quote Originally Posted by ReplicaR View Post
    Isn't this a GT already? Did I miss something? GT should have 8.8 with lsd from factory
    see above lol

    Quote Originally Posted by searay86 View Post
    Over the winter the rear end was checked and fluid was replaced Id like to do clutch work but thats for future plans
    They're talking about the clutch packs in the rear end that make the limited slip function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g36 monkey View Post

    They're talking about the clutch packs in the rear end that make the limited slip function.
    Ooooo. As soon as I think I know something theres so much I don't know about my car lol. They could actually be bad in the car. My right rear tire had a lot more wear when I got new tires

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    Absolutely, there so much to know and so many fine folks who share their knowledge here.

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    ON A SIDENOTE, last night was fun. Serpentine belt broke then lost power steering and brakes, the whole 9 yards. The belt has gouges in it to where it split. The idler was new last fall and the all the pulleys move freely. Later we put the belt back on and it ran fine. With the belt off, the tensioner looked bent but straight with the belt back on.. ideas??

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    Is the crank pulley moving back and forth?

 

 

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