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all z28 camaro's form 98-02 have posi?

This is a discussion on all z28 camaro's form 98-02 have posi? within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Z ROADSTER They used to call it POSI-TRACTION rear end. Ford called their's LIMITED SLIP. Chrysler called ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z ROADSTER View Post
    They used to call it POSI-TRACTION rear end. Ford called their's LIMITED SLIP. Chrysler called their's SURE-GRIP .
    Ford called thiers TracLoc. They're all limited slip type rear ends.

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    I know exactly what I'm saying.

    99' is when the Torsen became standard. 93-98 was LSD with 96-97 SS' having the Torsen
    So far so good
    I think SLP gave the SS the Auburn ?
    No, the Torsen - Your response. Not entirely correct, the Auburn WAS an option. Hence, my next post...
    That is correct, although it was an option.
    They have always been Auburns since 93! - Your response.
    Sure seems to somewhat contradict No, the Torsen. Maybe here is where you need more explanation.

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    whatever. the basic jist is that yes, they had posi...

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    i have a 01 ss m6. the other day i went to do a doughnut and at first they both spun then all power went to 1 wheel almost istantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrownin View Post
    I know exactly what I'm saying.


    So far so good

    No, the Torsen - Your response. Not entirely correct, the Auburn WAS an option. Hence, my next post...

    They have always been Auburns since 93! - Your response.
    Sure seems to somewhat contradict No, the Torsen. Maybe here is where you need more explanation.
    Dude, you are confusing yourself, you should go sit down.

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    The Auburn was an option for the SS, not standard. There is an alternative maintenance schedule in my owners manual to change the fluid in the Auburn every 15K, not necessary on the standard rear... Kinda glad I don't have that option

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Dude, you are confusing yourself, you should go sit down.
    Not confused at all. Next time think before you speak.

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    My 99 Z28 had the worm gear posi which was standard for that year, with the limited slip being an option... (thats what the GM dealer told me when I had my first `99)
    BTW, too much torque busted my posi chunk, and GM wanted 1,100 for a new one! I ended up with another limited slip for cheap...

    If someone is getting a new chunk, I would really like to have their stocker if its at a reasonable price

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    Quote Originally Posted by hec33 View Post
    My 99 Z28 had the worm gear posi which was standard for that year, with the limited slip being an option... (thats what the GM dealer told me when I had my first `99)
    BTW, too much torque busted my posi chunk, and GM wanted 1,100 for a new one! I ended up with another limited slip for cheap...

    If someone is getting a new chunk, I would really like to have their stocker if its at a reasonable price
    wth is a chunk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    wth is a chunk?

    its the actual differential

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