T -case and high speed
Kind of a loaded question, but at what speed should I limit the car to in terms of keeping the T-case intact with the addition of a blower?
say, 130-135ish?? not that I would ever go that fast, trying to get an idea of the limits of the stock T-case and high speed.
So little performance work, actually I think none, has been done with the new style TC so that no one knows. I don't think high speeds would put enough strain on the TC to cause a failure.
Originally Posted by 1FASTSOFA
Mines been to 137 with no problems.
I would "hope" it's good up to at least the factory setting for the speed limiter... 155-ish for an RT/AWD?
2007 TorRed SXT/AWD: Gone, but not forgotten!
2011 Mustang GT Premium, Kona Blue
2007 Ram 1500 4x4
"I reject your conjecture and substitute my actual experience."
Do you happen to have anymore info on the new T-cases?? was there an improvement or was the design just changed??
Originally Posted by done
I don't plan on pushing more than 450-460lbs. ft. to the wheel (about 500ish at the crank??)
I have never owned a high hp AWD before.. I often imagine the gears eating itself up at a high enough speed, but than again.. the rear would probably do the same lulz
Not looking for high speed runs away, just hit ya in ya gut low end torque
Honestly, I wouldn't dare go any higher than 90 with the stock suspension and tires rofl
Originally Posted by MrHemi2U
The 12 was PLANTED to the ground, where as this feels like it likes to wander. Not as bad as my old modded 05 SRT-4 though, wanna talk about scary at high speeds? lol
yikes.. my 12 only went up to 130.. sometimes 128. It felt like it had a lot more behind it though. The limiter just cut it out.
Originally Posted by Ron380
Thanks for the link.
Borg Warner 44-40, got it...
The research begins online lol
120mph top speed. Confirmed.
Not too shabby..