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This is a discussion on What would you do? within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by ATCharming yea... in which case the sfcs shoul dbe first, cuz the slight gear change isnt as ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATCharming View Post
    yea... in which case the sfcs shoul dbe first, cuz the slight gear change isnt as big as a 2.72-3.73 change
    subframe connectors it is thank you guys, another question weld in or bolt on what do you suggest? And will the subframe connectors interfere with my installing the 3.73 gears later on down the road?

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    No they wont interfere and i have weld on ones, they say welded on SFCs are stronger, i tend to agree. Shops can weld them in for 40-200 dollars depending on the shop and 40 is haveing a friend who works at a shop do it lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
    subframe connectors it is thank you guys, another question weld in or bolt on what do you suggest? And will the subframe connectors interfere with my installing the 3.73 gears later on down the road?
    im not a big gearhead, so thank the other guys more lol. i was just tryin to logically help
    and no. no interference.

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    yea weld-on is more expensive for sure, but how much stronger is it?

    if the bolt-on sfcs are weak, doesnt it kind of defeat the purpose?

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    go with weld in tube style


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    somwhere I heard squared are stronger, go to the SPONSORS section, there is a deal going with SFCs right now, I'm going to get in on it when I get some $$$$$$

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    yeah i got the SFc fro mthe sponsors for 100 bucks weld in, so i paid 160 total for my whole SFC setup cuz i do have a friedn at a shop lol.

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    pretty good considering that's what the parts cost alone most of the time. I think I am going to do the same when I get some $$$ and these are reputable manufacturers.

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