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diff gearing??


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#1 tyler_s18

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 05:46 PM

so i recently took the 1.8 and manual trany with the front diff stil on it outta 93 impreza and put it all in a previously auto 93 impreza. i didnt change out the rear diff lol. am i messing the car up? the front diff is from a manual and the rear as far as i know is from an auto. i would like it to do a little better on the freeway. i am working on getting a mid ninetys legacy 2.2? turbo 5 speed. could i use those diffs if i have messed mine up? i want to make my car more like an sti and i go on the freeway a lot so need the higher ratio probably. thanks tyler

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 06:10 PM

you need to make sure the correct ratios are being used...

what is the code on the gearbox?

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 07:26 PM

exactly i figured i would get some pretty good binding if its different. its all in the car so i will have to get it in the shop possibly this weekend to see. where will i find them?




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