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Old 03-21-2012, 01:18 PM   #21
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yeah do some looking around for a mechanic that knows his stuff. i lucked out and found a guy that did it for 200.
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Originally Posted by Swaggertooth View Post
I have a 2005 mustang gt with stock gears and im thinking about getting 4.10's.. its a daily driver but im looking for more torque what would be my best option? please help!
If you don't plan on adding forced induction, and drive mostly in the city: 4.10s.

If you do plan on adding forced induction, and drive mostly on the highway: 3.73s.
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