I saw someone get ripped tro shreds for suggesting putting a 3.7 in a falcon...
People said it would make the car go past its 'usefull' rev range too fast? And that it will feel 'squirier' but have no top end? is that right?
They then gave a example of a big block Fairlane that ran 13's with some real low gears (2.5 or some shit, out of some big (stock) american cruiser) And when a 3.9(/4.11 cant remember) was put in it would only manage 14-15's.
I thought it would get it into the optimum range faster, although passing through it faster, and then into the next gear and back into the range...
Or is it car dependant? Will a ~150kw falcon be better off with 2.7, 3.45, 3.7, or higher?
A new diff was on the list, for my now decomissioned turbo plans
, but got conflicting information
Will be on the high list for my new car, depending on recomenations
1st car EA Fairmont Ghia, extractors, exhaust
2nd EF GLi, 'custom' interior, extractors, exhuast
3rd EA Fairmont 5spd, low'd, extractors, exhuast, head
work, 3.45LSD, EL dash, interior+ El ECU
4th EB2 Fairmont, EL dash and interior, BBM, LSD etc etc
5th EB Fairmont Ghia 5L. All leather, lowered, exhaust etc