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Old 11-19-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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True Track Posi

Hello. Im pretty new here to camaro5. I'm just wondering if anyone has the true track posi mod with 3.91 gears. My car is ar JRE now getting them installed. I have heard you that you lose conering with the posi
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Old 11-21-2013, 08:24 PM   #5
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Hello. Im pretty new here to camaro5. I'm just wondering if anyone has the true track posi mod with 3.91 gears. My car is ar JRE now getting them installed. I have heard you that you lose conering with the posi
Drives like stock. Don't worry about it.
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Old 11-21-2013, 08:26 PM   #6
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Hello. Im pretty new here to camaro5. I'm just wondering if anyone has the true track posi mod with 3.91 gears. My car is ar JRE now getting them installed. I have heard you that you lose conering with the posi
Welcome! That is totally untrue. You lose cornering ability with a Locker, not a posi. Posi's release during turns, Lockers dont.
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Old 11-22-2013, 10:07 AM   #7
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Haha, thats awesome. My car is at JRE for the same exact thing!

Are you on the Dyno today? I got an erroneous call that "my" breather wasnt working properly and I was like uhhhh...I dont have one!

Turns out it was on the gray Camaro and I have the black one :P
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Hello. Im pretty new here to camaro5. I'm just wondering if anyone has the true track posi mod with 3.91 gears. My car is ar JRE now getting them installed. I have heard you that you lose conering with the posi
My buildout will end up about where your at with mods. I am curious if JRE recommended billet caps or LPE cover for your power level?
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My buildout will end up about where your at with mods. I am curious if JRE recommended billet caps or LPE cover for your power level?
The caps are a good idea bc they are cheap and since you already have the rear open you may as well do it all once.

No real need for that cover.
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My buildout will end up about where your at with mods. I am curious if JRE recommended billet caps or LPE cover for your power level?

The caps are a good idea bc they are cheap and since you already have the rear open you may as well do it all once.

No real need for that cover.
I think the cover is a good idea. it allows for an extra half quart of fluid and applies additional torque on the caps.




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I run the stock cover with no issues. Didn't that cover have venting problems?
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I run the stock cover with no issues. Didn't that cover have venting problems?
It did, that issue was worked out and so was the clearance issue that they had. I did it for that extra security. I remember doing my research that with hard launches, the OEM caps weren't holding up. Then I heard a few JRE caps breaking, so I figured I would add the cover and the allen bolts torqued down on the caps.
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Its amazing how hard it is to find a local shop that will install billet caps. Ive called all the 4x4 shops around here and none of them have machine shops. Is this not a required upgrade on rock crawlers and such? I figured this was a common mod. Got the TruTrac in the mail a couple days ago. Just need an installer!
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Hello. Im pretty new here to camaro5. I'm just wondering if anyone has the true track posi mod with 3.91 gears. My car is ar JRE now getting them installed. I have heard you that you lose conering with the posi
I got my tru trac from jre last year and put about 14 k on it .
The car is a daily driver and it works great.
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My buildout will end up about where your at with mods. I am curious if JRE recommended billet caps or LPE cover for your power level?
They recommend the billet caps
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I have the JRE/Eaton 3.91's and they are perfect, no down side.
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The gears are the best mod of done so far. It makes the car so much fun to drive
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Its amazing how hard it is to find a local shop that will install billet caps. Ive called all the 4x4 shops around here and none of them have machine shops. Is this not a required upgrade on rock crawlers and such? I figured this was a common mod. Got the TruTrac in the mail a couple days ago. Just need an installer!

Have you tried Joe at CPR?
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Have you tried Joe at CPR?
Yep, he wanted me to send it out to RPM. I dont want to do that because I have everything ready to go, and dont want to pay $300 each way shipping, and I want to make sure all my parts go in, and nothing substituted!
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Yep, he wanted me to send it out to RPM. I dont want to do that because I have everything ready to go, and dont want to pay $300 each way shipping, and I want to make sure all my parts go in, and nothing substituted!
I don't blame you bro, hopefully you will find someone soon.
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No kidding! I got $4000 in drivetrain parts in the garage all waiting to go on, but need the diff built first! Just sucks!
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No kidding! I got $4000 in drivetrain parts in the garage all waiting to go on, but need the diff built first! Just sucks!
It would drive me crazy too! Are there any other Gear and Axle Shops in your area or any dealerships around that you would trust?
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Theres a shop that Ive talked too that will prolly end up doing it, but hes really far away, and is in the middle of a huge 1LE build right now, so who knows when they can get to it. Plus they said they would have to send the caps out to be machined. Id rather a shop that can do it all onsite incase they measure wrong the first time, all they have to do is put it back on the sander, instead of back in the mail box.
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Theres a shop that Ive talked too that will prolly end up doing it, but hes really far away, and is in the middle of a huge 1LE build right now, so who knows when they can get to it. Plus they said they would have to send the caps out to be machined. Id rather a shop that can do it all onsite incase they measure wrong the first time, all they have to do is put it back on the sander, instead of back in the mail box.
I can understand that.

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