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post #1 of 2 Old 02-08-2007, 02:25 AM Thread Starter
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T-lok vs True-track

Pretty soon here im going to install 3.73 gears and a either a T-lok or a Tru-Track in my 98 V6 (7.5''). The T-lok is about half as expensive as the True-Track but I have heard that T-loks break easy...is this true? I kinda wato to go with the T-lok because money is an issue but not if its going to break on me. My car has the following mods and I dont know my power/torque so if some one could recommend which one I should get for my set up I would greatly appreciate it!!!!

Shorty headers 2.5'', H-pipes 2.5'', cat-back exhaust 2.5'', Cold air intake, 25% underdrive pulleys, short throw shifter, aluminum driveshaft, 18x10 rims on rear with drag radials, 56mm throtlle body, and SCT tunner.

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post #2 of 2 Old 02-09-2007, 11:36 AM
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scroll down, that tlok was 212 rwft.lbs of torque with a 4500 rpm clutch drop and DRs, ya, that might be more then your going to put yours through, but why do something twice? a true trac and a TA rear girdle with stud kit and you will never have to open the rear up again, especially if you get some stronger splines

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