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Old 10-14-2003, 06:53   #1 (permalink)
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i'm just wondering how much it would cost to get a 9" LSD diff for my ea, my mate's uncle has a xy with a 351 cleavland in it and a 9" LSD diff and he says that the 9" is the best and strongest diff you can get.

just wondering how much it would cost to get one installed and were.
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Old 10-14-2003, 08:04   #2 (permalink)
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Try Sydney Competition Warehouse, they did a 9 inch for my mates VH Commie.

It will have to be modified to fit the EA mounting brackets and will require an engineers certificate for legality of installation.

Looking at 2K or more unless you know someone, which judging by this thread you dont.
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im after a 9" for my car, and i was told it was going to cost either $1000 or $2000 for one. i cant remember which one it was
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A 9" diff on an relatively stock EA will chew ALOT of power!!!
The 9" is really only good if your putting through huge amounts of power, such as a 351 Cleveland would be.
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Re: 9" diff???

You need to have alot of power to need a 9", also they soak up power.

How much power do you have. I'm currently running 250rwkw with the stock diff, no prob's..
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Re: 9" diff???

This is a common misconception guys, a 9" diff will not 'chew' any power.
This has been proven on dynos before.

It's also never a bad thing having overkill built in, I have a 3.5 LSD 9" in my XH ute and know I'll never break it.

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whats an over kill
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whats an over kill

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Something (anything), which is way bigger, stronger, faster, louder, than it needs to be.

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ltdho, 250rwkws would mean you have about 700kw at the flywheel.
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