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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-22-2010 Thread Starter
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Difference in FRPP GEARS

I was just checking out FRPP GEARS and what really is the difference between the performance series and the performance series MOTIVE gear. before I buy them

I want to go wth the 373s


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Motives are made overseas and the FRPP A's are made in the USA.


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the difference is you'll pay twice if you buy the Motive gears first. Just get the FRPP gears and call it a day

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The FRPP A series gears in 3.73 is no longer available, new gear is a N series

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get the Ford racing. the motive gears have a tendacy to whine a lot

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The two product codes that I have always used are 373N and 410A - they are American made, as stlwagon mentioned. This is why you typically find them to be the most popular and the best quality. The other numbers are motive re-boxed part numbers and will end up making noise, or worse...

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Cool thanks guys

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I got motive 4.10's installed and now i regret it. The shop that done my car has done hundreds of gear installs and i really wish that i had got frpp gears to begin with, they don't whine while coasting but whine loud as hell when set on cruise, the faster i drive the worse they whine.

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