Whiteline rear subframe lockout bolts
Kartboy subframe outrigger bushings
Turn in Concepts rear differential mount bushings
Where to buy:
I have no idea, I'm sure Clint can be sweet talked into a special deal, but retail should run right around $100 for it all.
I have been 100% faithful to my teachings that you should be kind shifting, especially from first to second gear. This is to eliminate the thump of the rear differential and decrease the shock load to the gears. I recently got a PPG gearbox and today remembered, "Oh yeah....I can not only launch like an idiot at ever stop, but I can now bang-shift like an asshat with every shift"
I'll be the FIRST to profess that I have no idea which rear end component or combination of components is the key, but since I have all three in my rear end and they are all relatively easy to install and inexpensive, buy them all for the following reasons:
1. After my first honest to God power-shift or even moderately agressive 1-2 shift in years.......there was zero thump! Previously, in my n00b days, I had thump and was warned that was bad.
2. After the 1-2 power-shift, I literally experienced SQUAT
! And I'm not talking nothing, but a 100% rear end lowering as power was finally quickly delivered to the rear end in 2nd gear. Talk about kick ass!
Who should get these components and drive like an idiot:
1. People with upgraded gearboxes.
2. People really wanting 100% out of their car acceleration wise and realize that their tranny may go boom as a result of their lunacy.
Now I not only clutch dump, but I bang shift and I LOVE