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Old 05-01-2011, 10:47 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I'm having a bit problem with my stang annoying really. Whenever I come to a corner and make a right turn without completely stopping it will lag on the turn it will just rev until it finally picks up and takes off. Also I can only burnout with my rear right wheel can this be related thanks
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if you dont have a trac-lok/limited slip differential, or whatever its called, that would explain the 1 wheel burnout.
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if you dont have a trac-lok/limited slip differential, or whatever its called, that would explain the 1 wheel burnout.
Yep. One wheel wonder. Lol
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Yep. One wheel wonder. Lol
Lol my other three wheels work fine. Are you sure though I haven't touched anything down there it's still stock
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Lol my other three wheels work fine. Are you sure though I haven't touched anything down there it's still stock
If your rear axel isnt locked then the back two tires well spin at different speeds like on snow, gravel, or a burnout.
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If your rear axel isnt locked then the back two tires well spin at different speeds like on snow, gravel, or a burnout.
yep...t-loks are a really interesting invention. worth looking up to see how it works. they were a genious idea, but really quite simple
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If your rear axel isnt locked then the back two tires well spin at different speeds like on snow, gravel, or a burnout.
You know that explains alot cuz I'll lose traction on gravel
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You know that explains alot cuz I'll lose traction on gravel
Yep. When the traction control is on it transfers power to the wheel slipping out of control most in order to stop that. Or it might just lock the axel. On of the two.
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So how much is this to fix and where can I get the parts I need. Do I just go to American muscle and look up trac loks
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So how much is this to fix and where can I get the parts I need. Do I just go to American muscle and look up trac loks
you can do that, most people suggest you get new gears installed along with a tlock to save install money. rule of thumb for gear size is 4.10:1 for auto amd 3.73:1 for manual, but opinions differ a lit on that. I would wait for someone who actually has done these to chime in though and hear their opinions
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