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Positraction

This is a discussion on Positraction within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; option from the factory, unless he had one put in himself after buying the car himself (used)...

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    option from the factory, unless he had one put in himself after buying the car himself (used)

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    Ehhh I dont know how to explain it any better. Just ignore it.

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    I don't know what years came with what, opinions disagree on that one. Not all f-bodies have the same one though, some have auburn some have torsen. I know that I can have both tires in the snow, both tires on drag radial on pavement, or one tire on pavement and one tire in the snow and both tires spin no matter what. If the differential is functioning properly that should be the case with any of them, we don't have single trac rear ends and both of our tires get power after the initial "limited slip" they just do it different ways on the different differentials. If you do a burnout and only one tire spins, something is wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    Ehhh I dont know how to explain it any better. Just ignore it.
    Its supposed too!!!!!

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