I have 3.73's on mine. It hasn't blown up yet. You have your opinion and that's fine you said it, but don't get upset when people disagree with you. I have no problem sticking 3.73's or 4.10's ona high mileage motors. I've seen plenty of engines go well up in the 100K's with tall gears. If the engine is tired then it's tired, it's gonna give p the ghost with 3.27's or 4.10's And the ecam is still a plenty capable camshaft. I personally wouldn't use it, but plenty of guys do and put down solid numbers. We don't know how good of a shape his car is. It has 127K but that's what my car has and it runs great. I personally witnessed a basically stock 145K mile 5.0 put down 202 HP to the rear wheels two weeks ago on a dyno. And tone it down with the condescending comments towards other members here. Asking why not to run higher the 3.55's is a perfectly good question which i'm sure a lot of people here wouldn't mind knowing why as well. You can post your opinion all you want, but don't start talking down to people who question why you say what you say.