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IRS to SRA....the whole shabang

Discussion in 'Driveline' started by LSwat, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. ac427cobra

    ac427cobra FULLTILTBOOGIERACING.COM Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Hey, this is an easy one. The SRA is simple and easy to understand. You don't have to think about anything. Just slap it in and go. I believe this is why the Romans put them on their chariots. What the hell did they know, or for that matter care, about handling and ride back then.

    It's amazing to me, with modern day technology, how many people have this antiquated mindset.:dw:
     
  2. P49Y-CY

    P49Y-CY selfie deaths ftw Established Member

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    that was a good read! thanks for sharing as i must have missed that one originally :beer:
     
  3. SlowSVT

    SlowSVT Well-Known Member Established Member

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    :dw:

    The more you post the more you descend onto absurdity.

    Keep'M coming :thumbsup:
     
  4. fred50stang

    fred50stang Member Established Member

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    LMAO! :lol::lol:


    I think the IRS is superior to the SRA and I can compare this. Before I bought the Cobra I had a 02' mustang Gt. I put steeda springs on it, 31 spline axles & diff. I always thought that car handled like a covered wagon. I had considered doing a PHB and Tq arm to make it handle, but then you get into dropping some money on parts and labor.

    Also, on the list of fast Cobra's at the dragstrip, most of them still have the IRS. :thumbsup:

    Good luck with your decision.:beer:


    Bruce- Cobra looks good with the red wheels. :rockon:
     
  5. Digital

    Digital New Member Established Member

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    Nice job bringing back a thread thats been gone for over a month.
    Couldent you have posted on the other big fight thread?
     
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    fred50stang Member Established Member

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    When I find it in two or three months I'll post in that one too.:read:
     
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    Digital New Member Established Member

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    touche...
     
  8. racebronco2

    racebronco2 Active Member Established Member

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    I don't know how i missed this thread. Just a couple of comments.

    Since we don't know what aggressive driving is like to you but i can tell you that my aggresive driving is, taking on and off ramps at over twice the posted speed usually posted between 25 and 35mph. That's with my street tires.

    They do blew up there rearends from wheel hop. A friend was at an autox with a stock 04 z06 and it blew at low speed. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m1N3Kk7qXE&feature=channel"]YouTube- Differential goes kaboom[/ame]

    There is no way an average f150 could beat an average vette with similar drivers. A lightning could beat a poorly driver vette on a high speed course.
     

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