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Old 10-15-2014, 10:13 AM   #1
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2014 Mustang Trac Loc Differential and 2.73 gears

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I have a spare factory 8.8 limited slip differential (31 spline) that was removed from my 2014 Mustang at 10,000 mile to install a Torsen T2R. I need to specify, I did NOT run the Hoosiers until after I had switched to the correct rear end. This one is in full working order, and I would like $125 for it.
I also have the factory 2.73 rear gears from the same story, and would like $30 for them.
I would be shipping from 23455, and accept paypal.
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Hoosier slicks?

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Old 10-15-2014, 10:16 AM   #3
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I hope your not planning on drag racing with this rear end now

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The Trac Loc was only used with the factory BFG all seasons, and my Bridgestone RE-11s (also street tires, not sticky enough to tear up the clutches). It was never used with the Hoosiers because it would not be able to handle them (and the torque vectoring is wrong for cornering), hence the investment in a Torsen.

The Trac Loc is great in a straight line and for daily driving, but is one hundred percent wrong for anything involving hard cornering because it will just spin that inside rear tire under power.

Like I stated in the original post, I switched to the slicks after pulling this differential out of the car, and that this does lock and unlock as originally designed.
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The torsen is the worst rear end for slicks, you were better off with the one you had. The torsen is what comes in the track pack cars and is horrible for a dragstrip.

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I agree wholeheartedly with you about the Torsen not being useful at the drag strip. However my car spends it's life autocrossing and pounding out lap after lap at the road course, where the Torsen is superior for the exact reason that it falls short at the drag strip. There is a reason that all of the NASA American Iron guys (such as Chris Cobetto and Kienan Weber) use the T2R with their cars, and they have never had issues with the slicks eating up their Torsens, but that is because they are using the differential the way it was intended.
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Well this is a good price especially for someone who bought the track pack and is looking to drag race there car, this is the differential they need,
Cheaper than you will find it anywhere else

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2014 Mustang Trac Loc Differential and 2.73 gears

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The torsen is the worst rear end for slicks, you were better off with the one you had. The torsen is what comes in the track pack cars and is horrible for a dragstrip.

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Yea slicks aren't only used for drag racing lol. The T2R is the way to go for corners like OP does. (Hoosier makes 4 different slicks for Autocrossing, only 1 for drag racing)


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Yea slicks aren't only used for drag racing lol. The T2R is the way to go for corners like OP does. (Hoosier makes 4 different slicks for Autocrossing, only 1 for drag racing)


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Hoosier makes more than one for drag racing. We have had 2 different ones on our 1,400hp fox

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Bump, still have this differential taking up space ($125).
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Is that shipped price?
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