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    Not Mine: Wavetrac LSD in SoCal

    https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...680115258.html

    I'd snake it if I wanted to keep the 3.07 diff

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    Think he’ll ship?
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    What is the "r=2.47-3.07"? Does that mean it's a 3.07 ratio?

    edit; Nevermind... Checked the Wavetrac site; Part #30.309.176WK is a 3.07 ratio for our cars.

    BTW; What is a 188k axle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    Think he’ll ship?
    You can ask? I imagine the price would be getting up there with shipping, but it's a helical and the warranty is transferable so...?

    FYI I'm planning to wait until I get through a few more projects and then do a small group buy for an MFactory helical. It's only $800 if you get 5 people on board, so maybe we can get a steeper discount with a larger group say around tax return time?

    Quote Originally Posted by cornercarver View Post
    What is the "r=2.47-3.07"? Does that mean it's a 3.07 ratio?
    That means it'll work with diff ratios 2.47-3.07. The gears inside your diff determines the ratio, this piece just handles the power distribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    You can ask? I imagine the price would be getting up there with shipping, but it's a helical and the warranty is transferable so...?

    FYI I'm planning to wait until I get through a few more projects and then do a small group buy for an MFactory helical. It's only $800 if you get 5 people on board, so maybe we can get a steeper discount with a larger group say around tax return time?



    That means it'll work with diff ratios 2.47-3.07. The gears inside your diff determines the ratio, this piece just handles the power distribution.
    If the timing is right I might be in for that group buy.

    I see - so that diff bolts up to your existing ring gear. Now I get it... Thanks.
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    I may go in on the group buy. I do hear it's easier just to get the whole thing re installation vs just the pumpkin.

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    BTW that CL seller never replied to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonZHP View Post
    BTW that CL seller never replied to me.
    He probably had a ton of interested people. Considering retail on it is anywhere from $1k to $1,200, it’s a pretty good deal at $850 for a new, never installed unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    You can ask? I imagine the price would be getting up there with shipping, but it's a helical and the warranty is transferable so...?

    FYI I'm planning to wait until I get through a few more projects and then do a small group buy for an MFactory helical. It's only $800 if you get 5 people on board, so maybe we can get a steeper discount with a larger group say around tax return time?



    That means it'll work with diff ratios 2.47-3.07. The gears inside your diff determines the ratio, this piece just handles the power distribution.
    Count me in for a group buy please!

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