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Fleetwoods were eitherI thought the broughams had 3.something rear ends.
I like to imagine 9C1 line pressure tables have something to do with that.My 94 9C1 with the same engine and trans is still going strong over 201k miles.
Think they're pretty well hidden under the carpeting under the front seats.Since you say floor vents I assume they would be under the seats and possibly not very visible for general photos?
Went from 2.563 to 3.42 in my wagon.I agree 3.42 would be nice.
My 9C1 has 3.08 and even that is a pretty tall gear but it's not a bad compromise for a daily driver.
I plan to do 3.73 with posi at some point.
Think G80 was optional for 2.93, 3.08, 3.231, & 3.42 B- & D-cars, including 9C1.Hard to believe a 9C1 wasn't factory with posi but mine doesn't have G80 code and it's for sure open.
Interestingly it also has power mirrors but they are not heated, which from my research seems to be unusual.
It's a pretty simple copy / paste operation.I'm not sure what the main line pressure tables are or how to change them.
Your bare feet may find the rear floor vents before your eyes.I'll be sure to look for the vents though when it arrives.
Should also mention the dash is pretty cracked but I'll just cover it with a pad and probably eventually get it wrapped in suede.
They are redundant when installed on the same car.
If you like TC, put it first, if you like the LSD, put it first.
Traction Control will not work nearly as hard - if at all - if the limited slip diff does its job properly.The LSD is preferable to traction control for me, because it does not use the brakes.