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blackmega3500 07-10-2018 10:45 PM

Is the 48 swap a good fit for my setup?
 
I love my 68, with thed porcupine available making the swap less chaotic..... what's to be expected from a daily drivability stand point.

Yotadzl 07-11-2018 04:39 PM

Why is this in the Ecodiesel forum?

RacinDuallie 07-11-2018 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Yotadzl (Post 2674396)
Why is this in the Ecodiesel forum?

Cause the OP is a phucking tool bag. :hehe:

CorneliusRox 07-12-2018 09:38 AM

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Originally Posted by RacinDuallie (Post 2674399)
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Originally Posted by Yotadzl (Post 2674396)
Why is this in the Ecodiesel forum?

Cause the OP is a phucking tool bag. :hehe:

ha ha this made me laugh

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Originally Posted by blackmega3500 (Post 2674282)
I love my 68, with thed porcupine available making the swap less chaotic..... what's to be expected from a daily drivability stand point.

I'm guessing you're going to get a pretty well built 48re. The lowest and highest gears are very comparable, so initial accel and cruising feel shouldn't change, but I know my built 47re feels a lot more 'race-ish' all the time, no mater what I do (short of dropping the pan/VB and adjusting it).
I feel like I can abuse the living Hell out of my 47re without anything ever happening, and I don't think I'll ever feel that way about a 68rfe.

All that said, I love how tame my 68rfe is when I'm daily driving it, and can switch to a hard shifting trans on the fly. I wouldn't trade it unless I was building a race truck.

:Cheer:

blackmega3500 07-12-2018 10:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Yotadzl (Post 2674396)
Why is this in the Ecodiesel forum?

Good question lol! Oops! I know when I posted it the server froze up and had to redo it so must've clicked wrong one. I'm not surprised!

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Originally Posted by RacinDuallie (Post 2674399)
Cause the OP is a phucking tool bag. :hehe:

Beats the hell out of being a goat teabagger! :lolly:
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Originally Posted by CorneliusRox (Post 2674462)
ha ha this made me laugh



I'm guessing you're going to get a pretty well built 48re. The lowest and highest gears are very comparable, so initial accel and cruising feel shouldn't change, but I know my built 47re feels a lot more 'race-ish' all the time, no mater what I do (short of dropping the pan/VB and adjusting it).
I feel like I can abuse the living Hell out of my 47re without anything ever happening, and I don't think I'll ever feel that way about a 68rfe.

All that said, I love how tame my 68rfe is when I'm daily driving it, and can switch to a hard shifting trans on the fly. I wouldn't trade it unless I was building a race truck.


:Cheer:

This is exactly the dilemma I'm facing!

biggy238 07-12-2018 10:23 AM

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Good question lol! Oops! I know when I posted it the server froze up and had to redo it so must've clicked wrong one. I'm not surprised
atleast you didn't admit fault. That's all that really matters, right?

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blackmega3500 07-12-2018 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by biggy238 (Post 2674468)
atleast you didn't admit fault. That's all that really matters, right?

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It's really in all whether one cares or not, and to that I say .....

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biggy238 07-12-2018 01:02 PM

So closehttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...3c4a7a000a.jpg

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CorneliusRox 07-12-2018 03:35 PM

That's funny that it filters cuss words out of link addresses that aren't even visible to you after being posted!


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