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Old 09-05-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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anyone had any experience with these?
considering a 4.44 or 4.7 for mine, its a dohc efi with a few wee mods for a little extra poke.
was wondering wether a 4.44 or 4.7 would be better(4.7 maybe too high geared?)
the intended use is drifting, and my current 3.92 just aint as nice as id like, its second in the wet or nothing, i'd like second in the dry and 2nd/3rd nicely in the wet.

and im a little old school so wont be goin for cossy turbo, altho v6 might still be in the pipeline..

cheers for any advice
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anyone had any experience with these?
considering a 4.44 or 4.7 for mine, its a dohc efi with a few wee mods for a little extra poke.
was wondering wether a 4.44 or 4.7 would be better(4.7 maybe too high geared?)
the intended use is drifting, and my current 3.92 just aint as nice as id like, its second in the wet or nothing, i'd like second in the dry and 2nd/3rd nicely in the wet.

and im a little old school so wont be goin for cossy turbo, altho v6 might still be in the pipeline..

cheers for any advice


id also like to know if antbody else has had any dealings with them as my crown wheel has shit it self
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:27 PM   #3
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i think we used this company when we put an S2000 engine/box in a 3dr, had to use a one off CWP as the gearing was well out and had to use a 5:1 IIRC?!

anyway, it never broke and it was a tarmac stage car, 3yrs then sold on.

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Hmm sounds good, at least it took the power of an s2000, now that I've got a v6 in mine it may be more worthwhile investing in one, still very unsure about the gearing though, wether 4.44 or 4.7 would be best suited...
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