I know what I would do, I would keep the axle and correct the speedo
(assuming this is why you are speeding), you will soon get used to the note
of the engine with reference to what speed you are doing, imagine you had
never known any different, you would not be speeding and the ear would know!
I always favour the taller axle ratios.
Just My Tuppence
----- Original Message -----
From: "ptegler@cablespeed" <email@example.com>
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <SPIT6CGT6@yahoogroups.com>;
Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 8:48 PM
Subject: Big Red's 100 mile cruise!
> Well after spending the last two weeks worth of evenings
> wet sanding (600, 1000,1500,2000) and then polishing
> out all the runs in the paint on Big Red...today he went for
> his first real 'long haul' cruise. About 100 miles.
> 62 degrees here... partly sunny. Not a single hiccup.
> But Damn! O/D with a 3.27 rear just isn't going to cut it.
> I found myself cruising around a bunch, on 35-45 mph back roads,
> at 10-15 mph over the speed limits ...still in 3rd gear!
> I already have a 3.89 rear I can put in, that I guess I NEED
> to put in. MAN oh man... I'd love to find a good 3.63 rear.
> So... who's got what to trade for a very good condition
> late model 3.27 rear!?!! :^) or does it go on EBay?
> Paul Tegler
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