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Diff Upgrade really worth it?

Wheatley098

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Post what you think of the Diffs and there gains/losses

Mine currently is a 3.27 NON-LSD So would and upgrade be worth it?

Cheers guys, Andy
 

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Depends mate, im glad I took my 3.45 diff out and put a 3.7 in as it made it a lot nicer to drive and get off the line with my cam ect
So I should maybe go to a 3.70 your suggesting? Im all in for nicer drives :D
 

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yeah man I wouldn't go more then 3.7 I got a complete diff from vcm

may I ask why u want to change it? got a cam? or blew ur old diff or something?
Nah some tool that owned the car previously must have swapped the diffs out for the 3.27 shame but ahwell its going on the upgrades list =P
 

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Nah some tool that owned the car previously must have swapped the diffs out for the 3.27 shame but ahwell its going on the upgrades list =P
ohhh ok so u got a manual with 3.27? id suggest just going to a 3.7 then :p

check out vcm man they sent me a complete bolt in brand new diff with oil in it and everything, I think gm motor sport has them too but were bit more expensive
 

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4:11's lsd for the win.
Pro: moar speed. Use less fuel around the city.
Con: slightly higher rpm on hwy. Use more fuel on the hwy, though hardly any.
 
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