Below is a picture of the .903 gears and .767 drop gears I have (PS if anyone’s looking for .767 drop gears, I have a deal for you, PM me). Two of us custom ordered our .903 gear sets and got them within 6 weeks. I wanted to go with the .767 set, but with my GM hot cam, the low ratio would not let me stay in the RPM band I wanted for street driving, one has to keep RPMs higher with this cam. If I did not have the lumpy cam, it would have been a good choice. The .903 was a good compromise for the style driving I wanted, price,and built by Hollinger….all good. So, off to Sarasota for the install next week or so. Once installed, we will finish the tuning. I found that while dyno tune did a decent job for max HP, it really failed me on the street driving side. Once we street tuned it a bit, it stared behaving the way I want. As for the windshield to door fit, I have elected to not build up the door window to match the contour change of the front windshield. After several non-gearhead reviews, no one truly noticed the sight line change of the lower windshield corners due to the contour blending we did. Windshield fits without any body distortion.
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