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Old 11-17-2012, 10:46 PM   #1
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Question 3.73 vs. 4.10 kits

Want to change rear div to a much better, responsive gearing system. I have a 2013 5.0 6 speed. Really looking at 4.10 because I am not worried about the gas and I don't travel in it. I want the responsiveness and torque.

I will be tracking it and not dragging.

Which kit should I get?
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:10 PM   #2
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Want to change rear div to a much better, responsive gearing system. I have a 2013 5.0 6 speed. Really looking at 4.10 because I am not worried about the gas and I don't travel in it. I want the responsiveness and torque.

I will be tracking it and not dragging.

Which kit should I get?
Personally went with 4.10s for the torque best investment so far for me
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Want to change rear div to a much better, responsive gearing system. I have a 2013 5.0 6 speed. Really looking at 4.10 because I am not worried about the gas and I don't travel in it. I want the responsiveness and torque.

I will be tracking it and not dragging.

Which kit should I get?
I'm assuming u recognize how quick ur car will respond with 4:10s. Great for fun, bad in rain and if it even snows a dusting ull be dead in ur tracks.

Keeping all that in mind 4:10s are great. Remember u r going to need a tune with it
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I think you should go with a gear-tuner combo kit. Checkout AmericanMuscle.com...

Ford Racing 4.10 Gears and Tuner kit

The link says 2010 - 2012, but call them up and ask about your 2013.

Best bang for your buck!
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I think you should go with a gear-tuner combo kit. Checkout AmericanMuscle.com...

Ford Racing 4.10 Gears and Tuner kit

The link says 2010 - 2012, but call them up and ask about your 2013.

Best bang for your buck!
Yup I'd go with that. The only think is that I might go with a Dyno tune instead but the cost $ lol
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