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    The 9" rear is finally here

    I have attached the picture of the 2010 Camaro kit we will be selling. the SRT will be similar. The kit will cost about 6000.00 when its all together with a decent center section. The SRT8 Ford 9 conversion is a reality, this is a complete new independent (no old core parts or factory axles or drive shafts use here) the target

    Date for this will be 5-6 weeks at a cost of 4999.99 list without the gears or diff

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    so at 5K do we have to locate our own pumpkin? Or is this the base and depending on gear selection the price is ala carte after that?

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    Sounds like 5k plus you get your own diff/gear setup for about 1k

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    This includes everything pictured including the pumpkin.

    You provide the LSD and the Gears
    Last edited by PWR_Brad; 08-03-2010 at 12:32 PM.

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    WoW!!!
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    I foresee a lot of broken records soon
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    I'm glad somebody is finally stepping up and giving us a decent rearend solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleMan305 View Post
    I foresee a lot of records being broken soon
    and wallets!
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    holy f that is expensive! not on my list dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tagman View Post
    and wallets!
    Quote Originally Posted by BMWDON View Post
    holy f that is expensive! not on my list dude!
    Look at it this way. If you have a high horsepower application, you're going to need to upgrade these parts. Upgraded axles are 2K. A driveshaft is another 1K. Plus, you have gears and LSD. You're looking another 1K there. You're at 4K and you still don't have a beefed up differential. This is definitely not for everybody, but I'm certainly glad it is being offered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsrt View Post
    Look at it this way. If you have a high horsepower application, you're going to need to upgrade these parts. Upgraded axles are 2K. A driveshaft is another 1K. Plus, you have gears and LSD. You're looking another 1K there. You're at 4K and you still don't have a beefed up differential. This is definitely not for everybody, but I'm certainly glad it is being offered.

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    AMAZING!!! Looks like you can unbolt the axles from the stubby axles in the housing, pull those and swap the pumpkin....no dropping the diff case inorder to get the axles out of the housing. This looks to be the answer for someone to have a highway gear set and a track set!!!!!
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    Ok guys here is a little update:

    Using a steel case with rear mounts tig welded on and a front mount that
    connects to the original 5 pinion bolts on the 9" center section. Due to the
    variety of differentials and spools available, we have decided to supply the
    9" case only, allowing you to decide what center section would be best for
    your needs. This kit utilizes all original mounting points for the factory
    differential, using the factory hardware to hold it in place. Included are
    custom polyurethane mounts used to support the case, along with all other
    hardware needed for the installation. We have supplied our special 31 spline
    diff stubs rated to 1400HP (we considered using a larger spline, but
    anything larger than the axle center bar would be a waste of material and
    add unnecessary weight).
    We have decided to move away from telling everyone what materials we are
    making these parts from. Why, you ask? Well it seems that we have been
    having trouble with monkey see, monkey do in the drivetrain market. What we
    will say is that over the last few months DSS has aligned itself with a mill
    in Sweden providing Aerospace grade material to us direct, that when heat
    treated to our specifications will far exceed any "trendy" materials that
    you may have heard of lately. All we want you to know is that it comes from
    us here at DSS and being that we have been around for more than 35 years, it
    should be clear that we are not some hobbyists making parts in our spare
    time. You can count on us to not only come out with the highest quality
    drivetrain parts, but also to have the capability to bring them to you at a
    better price with service that is second to none.
    The system will come with our Pro-Series 1400HP axles designed for the 9"
    conversion
    We have also spent considerable time and effort to supply the kit with a
    proven 3.5" 6061-T6 aluminum 2-piece driveshaft with full 1350 u-joints and
    an amazing 1-1/2" diameter spline at the hanger bearing. (custom shafts can
    be supplied at customers request)
    The kit will include:
    1. Powder coated Differential housing (bare housing) with rear bracket and
    poly bushing
    2. Powder coated front mount with poly bushings
    3. (2) 31 spline diff stubs with o-ring bushings rated and guaranteed for
    1400HP
    4. (2) DSS 1400HP "fatty" axles with 30 spline center shafts and REM
    polished CV internals
    5. (1) Complete 2-piece 3.5" aluminum 6061-T6 driveshaft with 1350 u-joints
    and 1-1/2" diameter center spline and hanger with solid mount (pinion yoke
    that you are using on your differential must be in 4-1/16" in length, or we
    will supply a Strange billet yoke)
    6. All necessary hardware needed to complete the installation
    7. 1-year warranty.

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    Damn IT!!This came out to late!!

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    WoW!!!!! Nice to see more and more options comming available
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