1800 mile parts - GTO Differential, and Rear brake calipers
pardon the old pics i've had these parts sitting in the back of my winter beater which hasnt moved until recently, the diff is heavy so i'm not bringing it in, and its cold so i'll go out and take new pics sometime tomorrow.
OEM 06 GTO 3.46 Rear Differential assembly/case, with sensors, stubs, mount and insert... here is where it gets good though: ~1800 original miles. This came off a friends GTO it was only replaced cuz that car was lookin for 9's.
350 + Shipping
OEM 06 GTO Rear Calipers ~ 1800 miles on em
40 + Shipping
2009 MGM G8 GT TT - corn fed and rollin on pretty scrimz
2006 SRM GTO m6 - some mods. - SOLD
Location please for option to pick up diffy? Please put me in line.
Greg '05 Quicksilver M6 - Noltec diffy insert, X-member bushings, and radius rod bushings, Pedders HD endlinks and bushings, rear sway link bushings, and upper strut mount bushings, SLP Rear swaybar, BMR drag bags, Magnaflow Cat-Back, RE-01Rs, K&N drop-in, Predator Tuned by DTP to 377Hp/370Ft-lbs
It was just going to be a spare anyhow. At least it's going towards fixing someone's car.
Thank you for all the doubts, and for all the questioning,
for all the loneliness and for all the suffering.
For all the emptiness, and the scars it left inside.
it inspired in me, an impetus to fight.
It's always good to have a spare diff. I bought one to have just in case as well.
My Cogged TVS2300 408 build thread 758WHP/860WTQ <---Dyno results thread
Cogged TVS2300 with Powerchamber
408 Stroker Built by AVAS
EDC Lunati camshaft
Tuned by Andrew at Complete Street Performance
New SNL Fuel Hat system
Kooks 1 7/8 Headers w/3" catless mid pipes-DMH low pro e-cutouts
Spintech 2.5" SS exhaust
GFORCE1320 9" coming
Originally Posted by EDC...
I hate "dyno" threads (and "flow number") threads because, last time I checked, I never lined up against a fking flow bench or Dynojet.
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