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Old 09-17-2011, 05:13 AM   #1
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I'm thinking about getting rear gears for my 2001 Ls1 Camaro. Would you recommend the Gear, Ring and Pinion, 3.73:1 Ratio or the Gear, Ring and Pinion, 4.10 Ratio. Also, if i want to find the one fits my rear end on summit what the part number is.
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Get a 4.10 for a 3 series carrier. I have always had good luck with Motives.
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4.10's in mine and i love it. The only complaint i have is when i race my friends Vette im always shifting and he is just about to get into his peak and just pulls on me when i go from 4th to 5th but that is the only complaint i will have. Otherwise driving around town and racing makes it more fun. Also depends on what you will do with your car in the future as well.
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I went with 3.73 because I run the car on the road coarse and thought 4.10 would have me shifting more. The gears really helped the bogging down when launching. 4.10 would be the way to go generally. BTW, I changed the gears because they were making noise.
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