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Both are supposed to spin. Rebuild the clutch pack in the Trak-loc in the rear axle.


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With that said, since both should spin, what is the advantage to those thousand dollar non-locker differentials besides obviously being stronger?

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Ones such as the T-2 torsen, use a set of nifty gearing and have no clutch's. They wont ever wear out and you wont ever do a one wheel peel.

90 LX 5.0 5spd
FTI TW 11R 170cc --- Custom Cam Soon....
Ported 93 Cobra Intake Manifold -- BBK 75mm TB
FRPP shorties -- BBK O/R X
Spintech Prostreets -- 2.5in Flowmaster Tails
Hurst Billet Plus Shifter -- BBK CAI
FRPP 3.73s -- Walbro 190lph
3G alt -- Contour Fans -- '92 Premium Radio w/ EQ
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I'm new to the forum and just purchased an all original 95 Mustang GT convertible. The first that I think of are mods. I've read and taken most of the info and have made notes. My question is top end kits. I've looked at Trick Flow and Edelbrock kits. Is there a combination, from a parts bin, that works well together in terms of power and reliability. Street use and not necessarily for the track. In other words which cam works well with which heads, intake, throttle body etc. What are your experiences? Any feedback would be great.
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