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I have been watching the Challengers 6-speed release to see the diff setup, and was surprised at the similarity to ours. I'm sure there are changes to the casing that have evolved resulting in a more durable design but a thought just tugs at me: Could it be the "rubberized" u-joint that is taking the punishment therefore relieving the diff from shock and destruction?

Just a thought. I wonder if someone can try this setup in a V to see the results.
 

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I have been watching the Challengers 6-speed release to see the diff setup, and was surprised at the similarity to ours. I'm sure there are changes to the casing that have evolved resulting in a more durable design but a thought just tugs at me: Could it be the "rubberized" u-joint that is taking the punishment therefore relieving the diff from shock and destruction?

Just a thought. I wonder if someone can try this setup in a V to see the results.
i can ask the getrag(sp) engineer at my job and see how similar or different it might be from the one on our car.


maybe he can even get me a discount on a unit for someone to try out
 

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New day, new diff thread. :food-snacking:
 

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the guy i know is in the tranny department but the diff team is a whole seperate thing and he is waiting for feedback. the gears are different so far.... but thats easily known
 

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Tranny department. lawlz.
 
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