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This is a discussion on Burnout Question within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Hmmmm I have the Auburn in my 2001 but I think it was one of the SLP options for the ...

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    Hmmmm I have the Auburn in my 2001 but I think it was one of the SLP options for the SS that year
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    Quote Originally Posted by fast droptop View Post
    Hmmmm I have the Auburn in my 2001 but I think it was one of the SLP options for the SS that year
    Yep, you could have the factory Torsen replaced with an Auburn as an option from SLP, then they would sell the Torsen out of your car to people like me for cheap.

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    you may be more likely to burn out the clutches in an auburn, but you're alot less likely to break the whole rear end

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    Maybe there's something wrong with your posi, maybe a previous owner replaced a bad posi with an open diff.
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    im pretty sure ls1 it comes standard and v6 its an option, my v6 camaro will get sideways and my girlfriends v6 firebird only spins inside tire.

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    Does posi mean that both wheel spin. And if it says G80 (which mine does) on my inside door than i have posi therfore both tires spin? Is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by william SS View Post
    Does posi mean that both wheel spin. And if it says G80 (which mine does) on my inside door than i have posi therfore both tires spin? Is this correct?
    yes.

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    I guess I'm a one legger...I thought it was standard too...then I do a small tire spin and my driver's side wouldn't spin and i'm like WTF????? I thought every camaro 98-02 with a v8 would have posi....so what can i do to fix it is what i want to know and how much?

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    god that would be so gay to have an american muscle car and realize ur doing one legged burnouts
    no offense to u guys, i just think that would suck really bad

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    You think I enjoy it....well i don't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 View Post
    You think I enjoy it....well i don't!
    lol. im just makin u feel worse than u already do. haha jk man. but relaly id try to do something about that haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATCharming View Post
    god that would be so gay to have an american muscle car and realize ur doing one legged burnouts
    no offense to u guys, i just think that would suck really bad
    Back in the REAL muscle car days (60's to early 70's - not to say that what we've got today isn't a muscle car - you all know what I mean) G80 option (positraction) WAS an option on quite a few cars. I've seen many a big block car that was a peg leg from the factory . I actually have a 4 series open 12-bolt carrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATCharming View Post
    lol. im just makin u feel worse than u already do. haha jk man. but relaly id try to do something about that haha
    dang right you are....i know...i should

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67CamaroRSSS View Post
    Back in the REAL muscle car days (60's to early 70's - not to say that what we've got today isn't a muscle car - you all know what I mean) G80 option (positraction) WAS an option on quite a few cars. I've seen many a big block car that was a peg leg from the factory . I actually have a 4 series open 12-bolt carrier.
    Haha, so do I. Why would you order 4 series gears w/o a posi? It make no sense. But back in the day you could pretty much order up any combo you wanted.

    btw: my 6cyl didn't have a posi. It sucked!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 View Post
    I guess I'm a one legger...I thought it was standard too...then I do a small tire spin and my driver's side wouldn't spin and i'm like WTF????? I thought every camaro 98-02 with a v8 would have posi....so what can i do to fix it is what i want to know and how much?
    It is standard

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    Originally Posted by 67CamaroRSSS
    Back in the REAL muscle car days (60's to early 70's - not to say that what we've got today isn't a muscle car - you all know what I mean) G80 option (positraction) WAS an option on quite a few cars. I've seen many a big block car that was a peg leg from the factory . I actually have a 4 series open 12-bolt carrier.
    this is very true. in the 1969 z28..the 4 speed is standard as well as 12 bolt. but the Z could be had with an open diff.it was not standard option!special order 1969 Z's could get a factory 4:88 or 5:13s without posi as well. and a few hemi cars in the mid 60's(ie:satellite,belvedere)also had the 8 an 3/4 open diffs. posi was not standard on all hi-po big block and small block cars. whats even weirder was a lot of 4 door non hi-po cars had it from factory back then. it was a lot of what was available when it came to assembly line cars if it wasnt ordered that way.

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