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Old 04-03-2019, 01:08 AM
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I'm building a motor for my 2nd gen Dakota it will have close to 700 plus hp I was wanting to know what Rear-end with be a good match to it I'm thinking of using a Ford 9inch but would like to stick with a Dana
 

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I'm building a motor for my 2nd gen Dakota it will have close to 700 plus hp I was wanting to know what Rear-end with be a good match to it I'm thinking of using a Ford 9inch but would like to stick with a Dana
What engine are you using for 700hp? Because it sure isn't a magnum v8. 9.25 will hold up to anytbing you can do to v8 magnum.
 
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Old 04-15-2019, 08:41 AM
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What engine are you using for 700hp? Because it sure isn't a magnum v8. 9.25 will hold up to anytbing you can do to v8 magnum.
It would likely tolerate 700+ horsepower as well, as it will NEVER be able to use all that power. Simply won't have enough traction for it.
 
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It would likely tolerate 700+ horsepower as well, as it will NEVER be able to use all that power. Simply won't have enough traction for it.
Not stock but caltrack and tire choices would make it work. There's a few people turning 600-650whp with 9.25's
 
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The Chrysler 9.25 would work fine.
 

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