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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-26-2000, 03:30 PM
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This is for all of you out there who have installed the GRS II. I know that it's probably pretty sweet for crawling, but my zuki is an everyday driver also so I need some good top speed to keep me from being munched by Semi's and Utah drivers. Would the GRS II limit my highway top speed, or would I be able to do say.. 70 on the freeway. So far the only additions I've made to my zuki is a K&N Filter and a 2" exhaust. I will soon be adding 31's and an SPOA lift. (Hence the interest in the GRSII) Someone (I think it was TimJ) told me that the GRSII w/ 31's feels alot peppier than stock. Does that mean in the low range or does it also feel peppier on the highway? Any input would be appreciated.

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Re: GRS II

I have the GRSII and 31" tires and it is the same on the highway as stock tires and stock transfer case were, so if you can do 70 mph now, you should also be able to after the mods. You will really notice a difference off road, nice and low.

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Grasshoppa,
Don't hesitate to call Petroworks-- they are really nice folks & willing to help you decide what you need, not just try to sell you something. 1.800.952.8915 (Calif.)

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PS--yes, I was referring to highway performance as well as off-road.

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I've had my 31's and GRSII for almost 2 years and they work really well together. I opted for the GRSII because I planned on 31's being my limit and I didn't want to swap axle gears. I drive on the freeways everyday to and from work and I can run 65-75 no problem (depending on wind of course). You won't be disappointed.

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Hey thanks for the info guys. I think my mind is made up. I'll probably go with the GRSII ASAP after I lift my vehicle. THANKS

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