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Unread 07-21-2010, 03:02 PM   #16
BenderX
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I have a 6-spd manual Rubi Unlimited with a Kore 3.5" suspension lift and 35s. Stock muffler, no CAI, no chip. Most driving at 3000 - 7500 feet above sea level. The power is fine, although I don't expect to pull anything more than the occasional trailer. I won't beat the Audi sedan next to me off the line, but I'm not slowing traffic either. 6th gear only gets used at 70 mph on a level or downhill road. I have no plans to regear.

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Unread 07-21-2010, 07:10 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by RockyClymer View Post
Yes and No IMO - the tcase only affects performance in LO range - no diff between an X or Rubi in HI range on the highway. And with a 6spd and 4.10 axle performance will be sluggish in 6th gear esp if you live where some us do in mountains above 6,000 ft. Majority on this forum would agree to this stmt - but, as with any forum, many users = many opinions.
+1 I agree...
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