I have for sale a used AWD rear differential removed from my 2007 Charger R/T AWD at about 41k miles.
Has 3.07 ratio (see pic).
Was removed by a local Chrysler tech and replaced with a new unit, hoping that it would eliminate a noise I had when letting off the gas at hwy speeds. The noise is still there, so I'm thinking his diagnosis was wrong and there was nothing wrong with this unit (I think I need a new rear driveshaft to get rid of the noise). These are no longer available as a pre-built unit, Chrysler only had 3 available in the country when I got my new one, for about $1100 on a deal. They're now only available piece-by-piece. It's been sitting in the box since he did the swap last year.
Asking $300/OBO, including Paypal fees and shipping to the lower 48 states.
It will be expensive to ship since the thing weighs a lot.
Shipping elsewhere and/or other offers can be discussed via PM.
Thanks for looking
Last edited by Gabe; 05-12-2013 at 06:41 PM. Reason: Price change.
- Former owner of a 2007 Charger R/T AWD -
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Don't hesitate buying from him! Great seller!. He's a few items shy of being a vendor. lol GLWS Gabe
2006 SRT 300C R2C CAI and a ton of mods...
Originally Posted by fatchance
This is a great choice for those 3.5L 5-speed guys that want a lower gear for better acceleration without sacrificing top end. Going from the 2.87 to the 3.07 puts these 3.5L in their sweet spot. Highly recommend this gear.
I heard of some V6 cars using a 3.64 rear diff, not sure which ones, but I'd want the buyer to check to make sure they're not gonna buy something they're not gonna benefit from.
Going from a 3.64 to a 3.07 will make the car slower, but will improve highway MPG's ... lol
Also, not sure if the mounting flange is the same from an AWD car to any other RWD model.
The 3.5L 4-speed cars use a 3.64 gear
The 3.5L 5-speed cars use a 2.87 gear
The 5.7L 5-speed AWD cars use a 3.07 gear
The 2.7L 4-speed cars use a 3.90 gear
All of these are in the 198mm differential
The predator only has gear ratio programming on the 5-speeds. The 4-speed guys would need to see me for gear ratio programming.
Boy! Lots of bumping going on here. Have you been able to determine if this is a direct swap on a 5.7 auto car? I would think that it would be.
2005 MAGNUM R/T
JBA headers, Aeroturbine 2525XLs, Blastin Bobs 9db pipes, Eagle intake manifold with Cams spacers, 180 stat, 4" behind the bumper true CAI, Stack Performance strut brace, Stack performance chubby sway bar, Bwoody anti sway bar links, SRT front springs, Bilstein struts, BT Catch Can. Other BT goodies. Soon-- 6.1 cam
2012 Challenger SRT (Wife)
Still have this thing ... would love to give it a new home
A new one a year ago was over $1500 complete from a dealer, and there were only 3 left in the country, Chrysler wasn't offering them as complete units anymore, only separate pieces, to be put together.
Oh, I mean .... bump
Last edited by Gabe; 08-21-2012 at 02:59 PM.
Just asking, what size is the ring gear, 210mm or smaller?
i have a 3.07 from an AWD that i use for winter and a 3.64 from a 4 speed that i use for summer/racing season.
the 3.07 is great for most applications. gives a little extra kick without too much RPM increase at highway speeds.
the 3.64 gives much better kick but turns almost 3000 rpm at 75 mph.
...and, good luck with sale bump!