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rear end question/powerhandling for the higher HP guys

Hello,

im thinking of picking up an 05-06 gto automatic. and building a turbo setup/motor. what are you higher hp guys using as i hear they are a bit weeak when you get up to the 700+ hp levels.
thanks for putting up with my newbie question

Josh
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Hello,

im thinking of picking up an 05-06 gto automatic. and building a turbo setup/motor. what are you higher hp guys using as i hear they are a bit weeak when you get up to the 700+ hp levels.
thanks for putting up with my newbie question

Josh
My suggestion is axle stubs, cv's, and a one piece driveshaft We have 300M billet axle stubs, 300M cv's and a one piece aluminum driveshaft all capable of handle 800+ rwhp. Here is a link to our site. Take a look and if you have any questions please let me know.
BMR Fabrication Inc.
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thank you sir. checking it out now
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