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    Originally posted by drizze99
    Yea, speaking of an LSD, Mopar just released preliminary info to us on our forum today and it is going to have an MSRP of $1,400
    OUCH!! I am thinking UTEC for $999.00 and limiting boost by RPM. What do you think?
    Damn, $1400 plus install. UTEC sounds like a good plan, I love mine. Or, you can just get a huge arse turbo that that doesnt hit full boost till 4000 RPM. But, I think your better off with the UTEC approach.
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    you know what else you could use to limit boost by rpm? An AVCR... Funny how that little box just keeps popping up. And it can be had for under $500. Leaving you 900 more to blow on that LSD, which will be a big help in cornering anyway....

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    Originally posted by drizze99
    Yea, speaking of an LSD, Mopar just released preliminary info to us on our forum today and it is going to have an MSRP of $1,400
    OUCH!! I am thinking UTEC for $999.00 and limiting boost by RPM. What do you think?
    IMO getting the power to the ground and keeping it to the ground, is worth the $1400 plus another $1000 for install. Too bad the Quaife ATB is only available through MOPAR (not direct from Quaife).

    There's more to racing than just a straight line, once you throw curves into it, having that much power and a open diff, you're still at a major deficit.

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    Thumbs up for being so cool about the race.


    Originally posted by drizze99
    Now, Now, AJ, I wasn't scared, I just knew that Jim has one fast mofo!! What's the use of getting humiliated twice? And I pretty sure from a roll it would have been much, much closer, but Jim's car is one bad mofo! I can honestly say that I really suck launching this car. So far, I've only lost 2 races and both have been from a dig. The other loss was a Camaro SS SLP, BTW.

    All in all it was a good time and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves today. I feel like my face is going melt away cause it is BURNIN!

    BTW, did I tell you guys that Jim's car is one bad mofo?
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