Detroit Truetrac for the front diff. Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by smmarine, Nov 29, 2015. ... Collinite 845 Insulator Wax, 16. Fluid_Ounces
Feb 09, 2016 · The Tru-trac is a stout piece and it is great at what it was designed to do, BUT helical gear differentials are not meant for drag racing You can build them stronger but they are inherently a poor design for street/strip action.
Truetracker diff. 14:54. MDT Tru Tracker Installation. The JMACX Rear track Correction is a heavy duty diff upgrade for the 70 Series VDJ V8 Land cruiser with Leaf Rear suspension.
The Tru Trac is basically the same as the factory LS diffs. They work on a fluid pressure theory instead of having clutch discs. The Tru Trac, and the OEM LS use a worm gear to create fluid pressure which in turn, sort of, tightens the spider gears, thus sending power to both axles. IMO, they just don't work very good.
Gwodz did point us to an independent test where the Truetrac along with four other differentials was subjected to stress testing until failure. These tests subjected the differential to 3,200 ft-lbs of ring gear torque. Both the Truetrac, and the Eaton Posi differential were used as the baseline standards for the tests.
Find Eaton Detroit Truetrac Differentials and get Free Shipping on Orders Over $99 at Summit Racing! Eaton Detroit Truetrac differentials use a patented design of parallel-axis planetary helix gears to provide a quiet, automatic splitting of torque. They perform like a limited-slip differential under normal driving conditions, automatically transferring torque to the wheel with better traction ...
Detroit Truetrac Differential The Detroit Truetrac is a helical-gear style performance differential that maximizes wheel traction and enhances driving and handling characteristics. Operation The Truetrac operates as a standard or open differential under normal driving conditions, allowing one wheel to spin faster or slower as necessary.
The diff as it looked just out of the box. It had corrosion protection on it. Here you can see the difference in width between the LM102910 (right) and the LM102911 (left) bearing cups.