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I take it back Ihave a SCT SF3 tuner. It does say in the details about the handheld that it can fix: Axle Ratio, Allow you to set the axle ratio (gear ratio) to correct shift patterns and the speedometer on your vehicle. I went thru all the options and could'nt find anything to adjust. steeda does have an 8-tooth gear to use.
I've got poly engine mounts in my daily driver 2000 gt with a stock tranny mount. I loveee the poly motor mounts. Nvh is up, but its not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. shifts are solid, throttle response is great, no excessive movement. The secret is that you need some rubber. Stock tranny mount keeps the vibration down to a livable level yet allows the performance of the poly mounts.
well damn! im so confused on which ones to get now! lol. i guess its going to come down to which ones will be better with long tubes. I dont want any extra clearence problems if I go with the after market mounts.
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