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daul range tranny?


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#1 Rebello240zx

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Posted 09 August 2005 - 09:09 PM

ok what model and year does a daul range transmission come from? i want to lift and offroad a 92 loyale.

but on a side note, i was only thinking of this because the loyale needs alittle bit more power. does anyone have experience or know about no2 on a sooby? i was thinking about a 50 shot possibly 75. not sure. will the ea82 take without blowing up, or will i have to build it up for no2. just a curious.

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Posted 09 August 2005 - 10:28 PM

The D/Rs are on the late 80s wagons. And no, I wouldn't recommend that much NOS. Start small. If you put that much in an EA81 or 82, you're asking for an explosion.




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