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At the 1/8th mile last night and launched off the 2-step (11psi) 5000 RPM and bam went my diff. It broke the case and everything. I was running the ET streets with Tien HA's set to soft. I have a ITS 66DBB turbo with EMS.

If anyone has or knows of someone that does have a good condition J-spec or US spec complete six speed rear end (pumpkin, hog's head) case and all let me know please.

Chris Driver
 

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Yeah it sucked bad. The thing didn't even move one inch when I launched it. They just prepped the track also.

I'll check with Sherbaz thanks.
 

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Thats hard to beleave that before my grandfathers brother bought that track, you would have spun the entire 1/8. They really have brought that track back from the dead. Guess all tracks should be owned by drag racers
 

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I've been reading some posts about blown up diffs. It seems The stock 6spd rear end isn't bullet proof like the tranny. By going to a TRD LSD do you have less chances of blowing up the casing?
 

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Will a J-spec rear end bolt right up? What's the difference besides it being a 3.27 instead of a 3.13?
 

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Radials or bias-ply ET Streets?

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Wierd, you broke on the bias-plys......
 

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I had 14 psi in the ET streets and my HA's set to full soft. It must have just been to much of a shock at 11psi off the line.
 

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The reason it broke is because you shocked the driveline, you really need to let the clutch engage slightly to tighten everything up before launching.

Those rears hold up fine as long as you don't shock them.
 
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