Something to keep in mind. Older differentials like that on my 78 and possibly the 74 are limited slip 456 rear ends. They have better acceleration than the latter models which were more geared for fuel economy. My 92 has a limited slip 411 rear end.
I'm planning on a V6 conversion and thanks for your reply. I'm aware of the ration difference and it's still unclear to me which ratio is best to have. However with the way Nick Muto's car smokes the rear wheels, if he kept the 4.56 in his 70's Spider, my thinking is there would be benefit to a 4.11.
I agree. A V6 conversion and the 411 rear end would make a better combination than the 456. You would be turning too many rpms too quick w/ the 456. Be sure to post some pics of this monster after you get the conversion done. Should be a blast to drive!
Selling A.5.0161 Wrench. Its for tightening the lower A arm bolts on the 1968 and later 105/115 cars and Montreal.
Its in nice shape. Doesn't look to ever been used. Has the usual patina. Light surface rust.
$65.00 plus shipping. Will ship internationally. As always feel free to make an offer.
I need one of the large snap rings for the large lower ball joint screw cap for my ‘61 Spider’s A arm. Missing just one. Anyone have an extra?
It’s part #16 on page 270 of the parts manual: 1365.45.411.
I need a set of rear brake rotors for my Alfetta, it's a '76, so I'm not sure if that's the early or late bolt pattern, but it doesn't have the isostatic shift linkage. If anybody has good rotors they can sell to me (not for an outrageous price), or knows any stores that CURRENTLY have them in...
Having sold my 67 Duetto to a nice gentleman in Montreal I am left with some miscellaneous Duetto parts..left and right hand original lug nuts, cam cover for example, (inquire) but it is the door that is taking up my precious space. Fixed vent window, all window roll up and down action fine, no...