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  1. I have no physical experience. Everything I have read is good and they give great detailed video's and are heavily involved in Drag Racing. That being said, anything online is up for debate, I hope you get some real world testing responses to help you. Side note* Drag Racing is the most awesome testing ground. Sent from my SM-G980F using Tapatalk
  2. Mate. Bit of a long shot. But I had a very similar issue. It turned into a very scary rotational knock especially under braking. It was from right side mostly. Turns out it was a cracked mount on the drive shaft at the front. It mightn't be your issue, but double check all mounts and brackets related to diff and shaft.
  3. Good idea. All I want is to get better grip instead of spinning one wheel basically.
  4. Hi Guys & Gals, So regarding the diff upgrade from single spinner to LSD for our 'Bad Grandpa' rolling rigs... I've put a link in for one I wanted feedback on. true-Trac is a mixed bag in terms of driving feel but I can't find much about this iteration? https://www.maceengineering.com.au/MACE-M86-TORQUE-LOCK-LSD-DIFF-TO-SUIT-FORD-FALCON-BA-BF-FG 🚦
  5. Admittedly when I bought them they were cheaper. But I've included the links as I can confirm they are crisp, white, bright, cause no errors and rock. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/LED-Interior-Light-Kit-Fits-Ford-FG-FPV-SEDAN-Super-Bright-Xenon-White-/331103300918?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=705-154756-20017-0 You want to get these as well for the boot and behind the rear vents. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2-x-CAR-12V-LED-41MM-42MM-FESTOON-INTERIOR-WHITE-LIGHT-BULB-5050-6SMD-globe-/232660615700?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=705-154756-20017-0
  6. DBA all the way. Fantastic. No problemo.
  7. My bad. Got trigger happy on my response. Impressive figures [emoji15] Sent from my SM-G980F using Tapatalk
  8. @Slowxr6t to quote @Puffwagon apparently changing the wheel does 2/3rds of fark all. However seeing as your Turbo is out and getting worked on, you may as well. I've been led to believe blade count is not that important it's overall design. Hopefully you can get some real world feedback and go with that. Also look into reverse fins etc and their effect. Good luck and please post results 🤟
  9. Ok no one, I mean it was worth asking, a little mucking around to switch the underside of the seat to put the seat controls on the opposing side, then wiring, then .. and .. hmm yeah I'll put this in the bad idea pile.. just wish G6 had electric passenger seat.
  10. Has anyone tried this, is the wiring there to power it up? [emoji848][emoji848]
  11. @Puffwagon 2/3rds of fark all Ahhh got to love that metric... Haha.. Had a feeling it'd be a Beez 🐝 d!ck difference.. I'll just upgrade whole Turbo if need be, may as well go external wastegate and screamer too while I'm at it 😁🤟
  12. Hi Guys and Gals, Just wondering if anyone has had experience in upgrading just their compressor wheel. I'm seeing a lot of adds (and they are wearing me down to purchase point, but I will continue resistance) where I can upgrade from 7 blade wheel to billet 11 blade wheel with reverse tip small blades for more puff up top? Seems to me you would only upgrade if you are getting close to maxing out the psi of existing setup, I don't see how efficiency gains would warrant such an exercise.
  13. Appreciate the input @biddie_fiddler 🤟 I'm thinking I'll get round to it soon enough, new shocks, strut towers, control arms, bushes, the works, but it still 'creaks' over speed bumps, one day it'll annoy me enough to do something. I'll check out MCA in the meantime.
  14. Hmmmm, thanks for the tip. I was wondering why such a bargain. Mixed reviews with this brand. I'll finish tinkering with the engine first, then some lighter rims and then this.
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