Originally Posted by chefred112
I maxxed my rpm limiter to 7k rpms (last I remembered). I'm back to a stock verter because i need it looser for spraying. I lost a little when running on motor but I've gotten better times consistently on a stockverter. I fried my 4.56's because I'm terrible at setting gears up, lol...with 3.92's and lower you don't have to be perfect but when you get up to 56's you have to set these up more carefully...
I hear ya, lost a few teeth myself with 4.56's in my Jeeps
and that's the one install I always leave to the experts.
There's a lot less room for error when you have fewer teeth engaged,
and the lower your ratio drops the smaller the pinion diameter gets,
...I've seen Dana 5.38's that looked like a thimble compared to stock 3.55's lol