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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-01-2001, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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how good is t-case?

I'm thinking about using a Samurai transfer case in an Isuzu trooper.
My question is, is this t-case going to handle the massive amount of power that my 2.8l v6 is going to dish out to it?

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Re: how good is t-case?

I think the weight of your Trooper plus the V6 will kill off a Samurai T-case pretty quick.


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Re: how good is t-case?

oh yea
I forgot the weight thing
I think the horse power is about 100 from the 2.8l

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Re: how good is t-case?

If you need a transfer case for an Isuzu use one from a Toyota Hilux with the divorced transfercase
kit. This should be stronger than the samurai transfercase. Lower gears cost alot more !

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Re: how good is t-case?

hilux?
what is that, I suppose I could go ask the toyota guys
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