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This is a discussion on M9 questions..... within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; is it a solid housing?? how do you do a gear change on it?...

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    Senior Member TransAm11973's Avatar
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    Question M9 questions.....

    is it a solid housing?? how do you do a gear change on it?
    Last edited by TransAm11973; 03-24-2008 at 02:14 PM.

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    2 SS's are better than 1 Jays00ss's Avatar
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    Its just like a regular 9". The third member comes out the same. Its just a fabricated lighter houseing, that is stronger. Also has a different torque arm mounting system. They are not recomended for the street because its a hard mount torque arm and you will hear a lot of clunking and road noise, But if you don't mind and want to spend an additional $1000 go for it.

    They are more for High horsepower, drag race only applications. However, They do look pretty awesome.
    2000 SS Camaro Heads, Large cam, Fast 90, 9"w/430's and locker, yada yada yada... you get the picture

    1971 SS ElCamino 402 Big Block 550HP

    2006 Silverado 2500HD 496 cubic inches of pure muscle

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