In addition to the $700 gears though, you'd still have to get your diff rebuilt with the Ring and Pinion gears, which will cost a couple hundred bucks.
If you go with the Dinan diff, you would exchange your core and end up paying ~$1200.
So it could be cheaper to go with the Ring & Pinion gears, depending on how much it would cost to rebuild your diff. You do get the Dinan warranty though, which is a nice safety net IMO.
Hey Randy, is that correct? I hovered over the description of "Core" on their website (in the product listing for the diff) and I interpreted that as the price is $2999, they will add an additional $1800 to that but then refund that once you hand over the core, so the total price is still $2999.
For example, the stroker engine is listed at $32,999. The core price is $20,000. As far as I know, the cost of the stroker is $33K after core exchange. If you're telling me that it's $32,999 - $20,000 for the core exchange for a total cost of $12,999 to get a stroker, then hell, I would have bought that a LONG LONG time ago
in fact, if that were true, I'd put a hold on the VT2 and get the stroker instead LOL.