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    i was wondering what type of diff to get. i currently have one that comes in a base 2000 miata. Any opinions would be helpfull. I would prefer one that is easy to install.

    but the way i have a base 2000
    Last edited by ericsbestshot; 12-15-2008, 05:37 PM.
    2000 Brilliant Black & tan: 1.9L Sr20 turbo with begi log manifold and SGDP--DIYPNP--ID1000s--Bilstien coilovers--MSW type 16 wheels--FM stage 1 clutch w/ 10.3lb flywheel

  • #2
    Torsen maybe?? :)
    What year is your car and what kind of use will it see?
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    • #3
      Installation is pretty much the same no matter what.

      You should probably list a bunch of info about your car's set up, desired use, and goals, and your budget...
      (yeah I know it's a 99 5 spd, but I bet no one else here does)
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      • #4
        well ben i want some thing that will help me not spin out on the mountain roads (you remember right). As far as cost. I don't know how much these thing usually run. 200- 250hp is what i want to get up to.

        how much does it usually cost for a differential
        2000 Brilliant Black & tan: 1.9L Sr20 turbo with begi log manifold and SGDP--DIYPNP--ID1000s--Bilstien coilovers--MSW type 16 wheels--FM stage 1 clutch w/ 10.3lb flywheel

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ericsbestshot View Post
          well ben i want some thing that will help me not spin out on the mountain roads (you remember right).
          :rolleyes:

          After spinning on a mountain road you should think about doing that some where more safe, not look for a better setup so you can go faster on a mountain road.
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          • #6
            well i'm trying to make it so that i won't spin out and be safer
            2000 Brilliant Black & tan: 1.9L Sr20 turbo with begi log manifold and SGDP--DIYPNP--ID1000s--Bilstien coilovers--MSW type 16 wheels--FM stage 1 clutch w/ 10.3lb flywheel

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ericsbestshot View Post
              well i'm trying to make it so that i won't spin out and be safer
              you realize that this sends power to the wheel with more traction... meaning you're more likely to spin..... (assuming you're driving around like a jackass... or on a track... right?)


              EDIT: Yeah... what Jester said.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ericsbestshot View Post
                well i'm trying to make it so that i won't spin out and be safer
                tires are a better upgrade than diff :)

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                • #9
                  driving schools are better than tires IYAM
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                  • #10
                    ^ Indeed. Throwing money at equipment to compensate for the nut behind the wheel is never the right solution ;)
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                    • #11
                      Tires/school x3.
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                      • #12
                        And while your at it maybe tighten the nut behind the wheel with a school. I'll sell you a set of Kumho slicks for $250, there street legal. Jp bout me sellin the tires part.
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