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Old 07-09-2010, 10:44 AM   #81
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Moser rears for many domestic vehicles have been added to the website, you can find them at this link. http://shop.brutespeed.com/Moser-Rea...icles_c145.htm Bob
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Moser 60 rear has been added to the website. Bob
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I have added a new option to the rears on my website. You can save $140.00 if you want to set up the gears yourself. This is for those who have experience in setting up gearsets or know someone who is. Bob
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Old 08-04-2010, 10:38 AM   #84
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Hey Bob,

I have a Moser 9" True Trac 3.89 gears w/31 spline axles, BMR drag pac torque arm, and BMR lower control arms. I bought it from you about 2 years ago and has about 6000 miles on it. My car is a 2000 SS M6, bolt-ons with 355 rwhp. I have had no problems so far but I have not been to the track with it. I do have MT E.T. street radials on and have done some hard launches on the street without any issues. Am I looking for trouble if I take it to the track? I have not seen to many good thing on here about the True Trac but when I bought it, the True Trac was the hottest thing going. Also if I did upgrade would a Wavetrac with 35 spline axles fit in my housing? And if so at what cost?

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I have a Moser 9" True Trac 3.89 gears w/31 spline axles, BMR drag pac torque arm, and BMR lower control arms. I bought it from you about 2 years ago and has about 6000 miles on it. My car is a 2000 SS M6, bolt-ons with 355 rwhp. I have had no problems so far but I have not been to the track with it. I do have MT E.T. street radials on and have done some hard launches on the street without any issues. Am I looking for trouble if I take it to the track? I have not seen to many good thing on here about the True Trac but when I bought it, the True Trac was the hottest thing going. Also if I did upgrade would a Wavetrac with 35 spline axles fit in my housing? And if so at what cost?

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Hi Dave, normally when people have problems with the Truetrac's, it is long before the mileage you have on yours. Since you have also done hard street launches with ET Street Radials, I'd say your chances are pretty good that you won't have problems at the dragstrip.
You probably have a 3.062 O.D. carrier bearing size case, the Wavetrac requires the larger 3.250 O.D. carrier bearing case. A spool would be your best bet if you do take out the Truetrac, although I don't think that will happen. Thanks. Bob
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Bob,
I looked at my invoice on my Moser rear and it says it is a Trac Loc w/ 3.89 Pro gears and 31 spline axles. Is a Trac Loc different from a Tru Trac? I purchased it in Sept. '07 and had 50,000 miles on my car, I now have 64,000 miles. No track time but quite a bit of street abuse with many violant 2nd gear hits. It feels very solid and I am confident that it will hold up. What is the difference between a True Trac and Trac Loc?

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I looked at my invoice on my Moser rear and it says it is a Trac Loc w/ 3.89 Pro gears and 31 spline axles. Is a Trac Loc different from a Tru Trac? I purchased it in Sept. '07 and had 50,000 miles on my car, I now have 64,000 miles. No track time but quite a bit of street abuse with many violant 2nd gear hits. It feels very solid and I am confident that it will hold up. What is the difference between a True Trac and Trac Loc?

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I have preferred the Trac Loc over the True Trac ever since True Trac was sold. Hopefully the problems that we were having with the True Trac have been resolved, but several years ago many customers were having problems with them. I have sold countless Moser rears with the Trac Loc and have not heard of any problems with them breaking. Here is a link to a lot of information that I have on both the Trac Loc and the True Trac. https://www.brutespeed.com/rear_end_information.htm Thanks! Bob
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Moser Adjustable Chromoly Transmission Mounted Torque Arms, Adjustable Chromoly Lower Control Arms and Adjustable Chromoly Panhard Rods have been added as options to the Moser rears on my website. Bob

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Order a Moser rear (Tuesday) today, and it will ship out this week to you! Bob



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http://shop.brutespeed.com/Brute-Spe...ed-Formula.htm

Brute Speed's Formula with Moser rear featured in October issue of GM High-Tech. We have a Moser 12 bolt in this Formula. Bob
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How much to shorten each axle by 3''?
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ill be picking up this issue
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ill be picking up this issue
Cool, there is a lot of good info in this issue. There is a nice article on RPM Transmissions 2007 Z06 LS7 stock block running in the 9's in the 1/4, with a ProCharger D-1SC. Bob
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How much to shorten each axle by 3''?
$65.00 per axle to respline the axles, $125.00 to shorten the housing.

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Just ordered a 9inch with 4.30 gears, trac-loc and a pst aluminum driveshaft! I can't wait!!!
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Just ordered a 9inch with 4.30 gears, trac-loc and a pst aluminum driveshaft! I can't wait!!!
Awesome, thanks! Your new Moser rear will be leaving Wednesday or Thursday (short week with Holiday) to head to you! Thanks again! Bob
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Alright sounds perfect! Will the driveshaft arrive about the same time as the rear end?
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Alright sounds perfect! Will the driveshaft arrive about the same time as the rear end?
Yes it will, thanks. Bob
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Moser 9 Inch Rearend with Trac-Loc Limited Slip, Locker, Wavetrac and Spool options
$2450.00 shipped with Trac-Loc, 28 or 31 spline axles
$2500.00 shipped with Locker, 35 spline axles
$2910.00 shipped with Wavetrac, 35 spline axles
$2300.00 shipped with Spool, 35 spline axles

Options:
3 channel $175.00
4 channel without reluctor rings $100.00
4 channel with reluctor rings $175.00

Drain plug $35.00
Drain and larger fill plugs $70.00
Lower control arm relocation brackets with three extra sets of holes $0.00 - No extra charge
Sway bar brackets welded to rear for either stock sway bar or for the BMR Xtreme anti roll bar $50.00
Rear powdercoated your choice of color $200.00
Backbrace $140.00
Aluminum performance case instead of nodular iron $155.00
40 Spline Axle Upgrade for Spool $85.00
Extreme Axles - Star Flanged and Gun Drilled $140.00 - Not recommended for street use

PST 3.5" alum 1000 hp rated driveshaft equipped with front yoke and two 1350 u joints $400.00

Includes 9 in. Center Section, Housing, M/E Custom Alloy Axles, wheel bearings, wheel studs, retainer plates, Pro Street gears, 1350 series pinion yoke, torque arm bracket and nodular iron case. It basically includes everything you need, ready to bolt-on. You will need a U-Joint, gear oil, vacuum line for the breather and two 3.00 inch exhaust clamp u bolts unless you order the rear with the sway bar brackets.
I did a 4L80 swap on my car so I am unsure what would be needed or useful with this package. What would I need to get this to work. Also I have a UMI adj torq arm would that work with this rear? And what difference does it make with the splines?
can you go over why you would need these options? I am trying to learn what I would need and/or want when it comes to the rearend of the car as I will be saving up to purchase one
and with these what size would I need and I am just lost when you mentioned the vacuum line
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