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the tag on this is spot-on.

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That tag pretty much describes the entire 4.6 section, to be honest.


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Really? This thread's only borderline retarded... Read how to set your tach according to exhaust drone in the Tech Section. I'm sure it's fool-proof and deadly accurate, and real smart, too.
Haha you never cease to make me laugh scout

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Haha you never cease to make me laugh scout
I'm not laughing. I mean...god damn, dude. Some idiot is out there driving 70mph f*cking with his tach needle and then posting it and telling others it's a good idea.
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I must have skipped over the "Tach" thread....I might have to go read that one.

btw...I tagged this thread as pointless ...lmao
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thank you for saving me! If you dont know what you are talking about research it before you post

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thank you for saving me! If you dont know what you are talking about research it before you post
Yeah, your posts were dead on before multiple people came in here and posted incorrect information...........

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Posi ans lsd are the same. Yes on turns one wheel spins faster thats what the clutches are for. A true posi rear end will have no clutches and would make the car virtually useless on roads, track use only.
Well not exactly A Detroit Locker is a rear end that has had the spiders welded solid and it is useless for all but the strictly retarded racers of yesteryear when it was nigh on to impossible to find what became known as the GM Posi Which was an addition to the Corvette line of extras intro'd by Zora Arkus Duntov who gave his genius to the world of auto racing. Now before I get a bunch of protests from the other old farts let me add the the term Detroit Locker also came from racing apps offered by Dodge/Chrysler and was a no slip diff that locked at the first sign of slippage but used no clutch pacs, rather it used a system more like the spring pacs or cam systems that hold the spiders in solid lockup while there is excess rotation or slippage of the tires. It was used on the streets with maddening regularity as well as on the strip by such vehicles as the Little Red Wagon and Hemi Under Glass, I think Dandy **** Landy used them also, they worked well on Wheel Standers.
The Posi gave flexibility to street cars for the need to turn corners now and then....OK now, I'm sure that I made at least one or two mistakes or oversights, so take your best shot, I can handle it I guess, just remember that I'm at the point in life when I'm starting to forget alot and I did live through the 60's which I don't remember at all....
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