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#1 OFFLINE   GT500R

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 09:11 AM

Hey guys,

 

Just wanted to share my experience with the I purchased it through the Ford Fusion forum as "darkstar" (guy who sells them) advised they fit the Edge!

 

Overall - shifts seem a bit more on point with less slop, I don't really feel any vibration at all.  I have no wheel hop despite me launching around 2300 rpm, just a bunch of AWD (mostly front) spinning (cold weather with stock tires).
 
Install was pretty easy with only two bolts to remove, the user manual advises to put the car in Neutral (FYI) and the larger wrench really aided with torque (125 ft. lbs)
 
This was definitely a better purchase especially once I realized under the car I could move the trans assembly with my hand when not connected ::eek::
 
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#2 OFFLINE   Mikula

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 07:35 PM

seems like a decent upgrade. a little steep on the price for me, as i haven't noticed any wheel hop. did you get a chance to vbox any info before/after install?



#3 OFFLINE   GT500R

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 09:59 PM

seems like a decent upgrade. a little steep on the price for me, as i haven't noticed any wheel hop. did you get a chance to vbox any info before/after install?


I didn't get a chance to unfortunately.

But I'll take spinning over hopping any day as the hop is detrimental on all the drivetrain vs spinning just on the tires.

$165 isn't TOO bad IMO but to each their own.
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#4 OFFLINE   cds71

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Posted 06 December 2017 - 02:46 PM

nice....def on my list to get......thanks  GT500R.



#5 OFFLINE   cds71

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 11:17 AM

is there any chance that it could be too rigid?,,,,possibly causing case fracture...does the aftermarket have bushings?



#6 OFFLINE   GT500R

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Posted 09 December 2017 - 07:16 PM

is there any chance that it could be too rigid?,,,,possibly causing case fracture...does the aftermarket have bushings?

 

Aftermarket has a bushing - first pic the black circle bushing with the silver inside ring.  That is all a really firm rubber, there is still a bit of a give, its not a 100% stiff as that would not be ideal for NVH.


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