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Mike Norris ([email protected]) - http://www.geocities.com/norrismotorsports/ - is running a group purchase on the 3.73 gears from Getrag. Price will be $1650 if he can get a few more folks signed up. Considering that you can get ~$500 for a set of 3.42 takeoffs, this nets to ~$1150. I donÕt think that we will see this price again, so please sign up if you are interested via an e-mail to Mike (so there will be enough people to make it 12 for the group purchase and I can get mine!!!).

See the topic at http://www.corvetteforum.cc/ubb/Forum1/HTML/042856.html

The contact info is:

Norris Motorsports
Orlando, Florida
407-656-2600 or
407-758-0571
 

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On 2001-07-18 12:48, mmorse spewed forth this drivel:
Is that just the gears or the whole assembly?

It's the whole carrier, that's the only way they are sold. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif
 

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No warranty at that price, but I'm not much worried by that. This gear set was made for racing and is considerably stronger than stock. With proper breakin, there should be no problems. If I get snakebit, I will have the 3.42 takeoffs to put back in rather than selling them, but that is extremely unlikely. I have never seen a post on any forum reporting problems with these gears.
 

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Not for the M6 - the speed is taken off the axle half-shaft. For the A4, the computer has to be reprogrammed for the shift points.
 

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In other words George, on a Z06, you just have to change out the assembly and you are good to go? No other changes are needed? Forgive all the questions but my Z is my everyday driver and I don't want to do anything that will make it less so.
 

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That's right. No computer programming at all is required for the M6, which obviously includes all Z06's. You might want to talk to Mike Norris about these gears, as he is very knowledgable and now has the group purchase in place.
 
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