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I can imagine it would have been a bit scary driving into those corners and not expecting it if you were not on R compounds. It made me thankful I have the tires I do. Diving into them fast and knowing you have a bunch left in the bank in terms of grip was comforting. If the road turns quicker than ...
Well that was a great drive. That new pavement is great. Dean and Byron I saw you headed the other way as I was running to the ferry. Dean was just in front of the motorcyclist who rear ended a car and Byron was just after. I bet that added a bunch of time to your drive.
Nice looking car. 600lb is waaaaay too light for the rears to match with the front. To match with 250lb fronts you should be around 950lb. The rear control arm has a 3.8 : 1 ratio.
whats the length of the springs, currently my fronts are 200Lbs (UNK brand) 8" 2.5" ID springs the back I'm trying to figure out what length i should go with. I'm planning on buying a complete set maybe from Eibach, just don't know how long of a spring I should order. thanks! If you are planning on...
You will want to match them to the front springs. I have weight jacked in my car. I have 300lb front and 1100lb rear. You should match them at a ratio of 3.8 or as close as you can get.
- 09 Sep 2018 10:13
- Forum: Powertrain
- Topic: "83 280ZX close ratio box and 3:90 differential
- Replies: 17
- Views: 584
I agree with Keith. Don't think twice about it. Go with the 4.11's. I have 4.44's and a second diff with 4.6's that is going in next month. With the .74 OD it makes the short gears totally bearable for hwy driving. It is also the cheapest HP you can buy.