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HP Junkie Related, new addition......

Latest addition to the project, Guard Transmission Spool.

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Taking pics of porsche parts at 5:30 am. Your sick. Nice piece though.
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Too bad you can't see that when it's installed! I can't wait to see your results.
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Wow--wtf does that thing do? Looks like a weapon in LOTR.
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Taking pics of porsche parts at 5:30 am. Your sick

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The spool is designed to lock the rear wheels together -much like a limited slip differential acting to its maximun locking potencial.

The theory is, this 'weapon" will help us getting to the next level.
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I had a spool on a 11sec mustang with 4:11 gears. Wait till you try to take a turn.
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Juan that is awsome keep it coming
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Wow - looks impressive - course it could be a battle star death ray or Paris Hilton's vibrator attachement and I wouldn't know the difference.
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Wow - looks impressive - course it could be a battle star death ray or Paris Hilton's vibrator attachement and I wouldn't know the difference.
If you ever meet Paris, you might want to do some research, it could be awkward if you accidentally used the wrong thing.

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Well Juan, looks like you've finally gone over the edge.
A 911 with a spool has got to be unstreetable. What are your plans in that regard?
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I don't know how much front castor you can adjust with the stock suspension but you better run as much as you can to help it turn! parking lot turning will be a beeech.

Am I assuming correctly that an added benefit (besides being locked) is less power loss compared to turning a regular diff?
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Rarly is right, it will be nearly undriveable on the street. Wouldn't be my choice. Its going to eat tires. Every time you take a turn, one of the rear wheels is going to be leaving tire marks from one tire getting chewed up. You could accomplish the same thing by simply welding your diff. to lock it.

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