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I recently had my 9C1 rear end installed in my 95 RMS.
Southern Gear did the rebuild.
Kevin Elliot and John McRae did the install.
PCM4Less reprogrammed the computer.
I did all the paint and Project Management.

3:08 gears
Auburn HD Limited Slip
All New Guts

Its a daily driver...I have 3:73's in my wagon!!!
 

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Nice!!!!!!!
 

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A little over 300 miles on it... leaving work tonite, some dick in a nissan had something to say at the red light..... Later dude!!!
It was either 350, or 9mm... I gave him the gas.....

Ahhhh!!! cant wait to put the 383 in my wagon!!!
 

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Very nice!!! Great job.

I installed a 9C1 rear end on my SS a little over a year ago. Did 373 gears, Eaton posi, powder coated rear end, Moser axles. Tuned by PCM for less etc..

One of my better mods. Better wheel to body clearance too.
 

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Nice swap

Speaking as a guy who has done the swap several times, and has run 3.08, 3.42, 3.73 and 4.56 in daily driven B cars. I would highly recommend the 3.42's for everyday driving and/or cars with bolt on mods and a tune.

You may want to try a quality converter next. Makes a world of difference.

Enjoy your B cars...nothing better then putting the hurt on "faster" cars while enjoying the comfort of your living room couch :)
 

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I would highly recommend the 3.42's for everyday driving and/or cars with bolt on mods and a tune.

Enjoy your B cars...nothing better then putting the hurt on "faster" cars while enjoying the comfort of your living room couch :)
+1 Can't get any better of an explanation as that
 
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