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http://www.supersixmotorsports.com/p...atalogVer4.pdf This website has a list of items that I would love to add prior to adding a procharger supercharger. Example would be the wiseco pistons, and the billet aluminum rods. Hopefully they come out with the "new head gasket" soon, as that will be important as well. I guess when I add a supercharger I want all the other aspects covered as not to blow any engine components. Any thoughts? Oh and what do you all think of those "super heads", man they look like they would be sick and increase air flow in/out for many extra ponies.

The only other mod I want to do before the SC is to change out the rear end, anyone know a good spot to find one that one would be able to install in his garage?


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The only other mod I want to do before the SC is to change out the rear end, anyone know a good spot to find one that one would be able to install in his garage?


Thanks for any replies,

Tyler
Are you taking about changing the gears and diff, or hoping to buy a full axle assembly?

Doing the gears is a pretty painstaking and specialized process that most people wouldn't want to tackle in their yard.


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Full axle assembly preferably. priced below 1200 preferably too.
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