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Old Dec 25, 2018, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by CaptainSquirts View Post
I have a tre rear diff as well. Little over 1000 miles. I did notice some more whining especially when car is slowing down(foot off accelerator)when gears are still engaged(and some when not in gear but still there), especially 4th gear. Its had the same whining noise since the first mile. Also no noise from the max lock when using diaqueen.

I use to get a clunk noise from when reversing to back out of a parking lot and that's gone now.
Pretty much the same. My whine is mostly on decel. It's done that since swapping bushings, so no worries. My old car did the same.
I am breaking in with Diaqueen and have clunking when letting off/on the gas and also noise during tight turns.
I have 20 miles on ,so also normal and no worries.
I have no interior which helps me hear everything.
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Old Dec 25, 2018, 11:08 AM
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No interior? I took our the rest seats with that thick pad sitting under it and wow, sounded like a race car. Only did that once, wasnt worth the 30 or so pounds of shaved weight. But I dont get a clunk. I did notice I got a pop out feeling when shifting from first to 2nd. Was told wait a split second longer from taking the gear out of first and doesnt do it then. Maybe I'm just too preemptive when shifting from first to 2nd.
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Old Dec 25, 2018, 02:39 PM
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They are poly. No wear on them ,so reused.
ok, so not OE bushes.. it is normal to have more noise then..
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Old Dec 25, 2018, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by kikiturbo View Post
ok, so not OE bushes.. it is normal to have more noise then..
Absolutely.
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break it in on the dyno. then drive it to the starting line
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Old Dec 28, 2018, 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Meathooker View Post
break it in on the dyno. then drive it to the starting line
​​​​​ Good option for cars that aren't road legal! I thought about it until I looked at how much it was gonna cost me.
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