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Old 06-11-2019, 02:31 PM   #1
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2.73:1 Gears for our cars???

So, I've been looking around on the Australian Ebay and other google searches for a set of the proven 3.08's from older Holden vehicles.

Well, I stumbled across these https://www.summitracing.com/parts/s.../gto/year/2004

The Brand is USA Standard Gear. The part number is:

I hope you can leave the link up long enough for a few answers

Has ANYONE every heard of these?

I understand how tall these gears are but I'm more than willing to run them should they actually work considering I'm running a Twin Turbo car with a 3600 rpm stall and a TH400. This would give me soooo much more enjoyment. I imagine it's a typo or somethings wrong and they won't work.

If any of you know anything about this, please let me know!

The Original Truck Manifold Turbo build + 408 ci + TH400 + Dual inline Walbro's + Yank 3600 Eliminator + Griffen +
PRC Stg. 2.5 317's + Carbon Fiber DS + Vic Jr/Aarons Elbow/Edlebrock 90mm TB + Custom Single 4" exhaust + 232/237 .610/.630 TICK CAM + 772whp/881tq

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