So after last weekends CalROCS judging I found that I want the option of doing front and rear burns. A front burn is when you put the rear tcase output in neutral and front in low or hi and lock the rear brakes up and use the front tires to drag the front end around to make nice tight turns on a dime, rear is same thing but using rear tires...
Anyway, not wanting to spend $1800 on an Atlas t-case I'm going to use a Ford NP205 and modify it to work. Also going to build my own doubler in front of the 205 so I can have 2 to 1, 2.72 to 1, or 5.44 to 1 low range.
So, this is my next project, I'm gathering parts right now. Ordered up the input shaft conversion parts and have a line on a ford 205 about 2 hours away. Should be an interesting project and I'm planning on doing a tech article on the 205 to help you guys that want to put one in your late model for an SFA conversion, seems to be alot of confusion on the input spline configurations and adapter bolt patterns.
Oh, I can't wait to pull into Burger King, order my food then get to that tight left turn. Plop it in front wheel low range and do a front burn around the corner smoking the fronts so I can get to the 1st window to pay without having to back up