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    #16
    Crazy cheap and plenty of grunt.

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      #17
      Any concerns over killing the front diff?

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        #18
        Originally posted by BRK50 View Post
        Built with upgraded internals and mild shift kit can handle 600+hp with ease.
        Shift kit alone will allegedly hold 800hp. Seen a couple in the states, straight out of a wrecker, ad transgo HD2, and run in the 9's. No long term reports on them but I wouldnt go spending anything on upgraded internals. That said, not sure how a heavy 4wd towing stuff would hurt the equation.

        Edit - jesus fuck those LSAs are cheap now, how much on top for a loom and computer to run the show?

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          #19
          Have been flat with work and a change of plan has unfolded, as always.

          I brought a LS3 from a wreck after. Deciding building a stroker on an old motor was a drama. I have a TR6060 VE 6 speedto offload and I'm torn between the 4l80e and 6L80e.

          I need a loom custom made and I'm working out the path of least resistance. I'm thinking 6L80E with custom loom, to suit, and matching ECU an throttle pedal from the car I get the 6l80e from.

          Please fire away, I'm unclear at this stage to the smoothest path to make everything communicate?

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            #20
            Keep manual
            Originally posted by 50RTD
            Dave, have you uploaded the data from the carby?

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              #21
              Originally posted by dogsballs View Post
              Keep manual
              I would love to. Fairly major engineering to make it happen manual with a transfer case though.
              It's hard to get a definitive answer whether a corvette tail housing from a t56 will fit. If it does I can have a adapter an spline coupler made for happy clutch dropping fun.

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                #22
                Did this end up happening?

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                  #23
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