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Camaro or Firebird 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 - Torque Arm (5-speed) part # TSC-20

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Camaro or Firebird 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 - Torque Arm (5-speed) part # TSC-20
Tracklink - performance through leverage! Factory torque arm What does this torque arm do? During acceleration, Tracklink increases downward force on the rear tires through leverage and reduces nosedive during deceleration. What will this do for me? Tracklink will increase side bite during corner exit acceleration. The rear end is more predictable in wet road conditions. Nosedive is reduced during extreme braking. Does the torque arm still attach to the back of the transmission (GM applications)? No! The new pivot point for the torque arm is on the main beam that is installed down the drive shaft tunnel. The front part of the main beam attaches to the transmission cross-member. Where is it used? Tracklinks are used for street, autocross, drag and road race applications. Can I adjust the pinion angle? Yes! The pinion angle is adjustable simply by loosening the jam nuts and turning the adjuster. This can be done without removing the torque arm from the vehicle. Ford applications require changing shims located where the Tracklink mounts to the rear end. How easy is this to install? For GM applications, Tracklink bolts on with minor modifications. Most units require only 10 holes to drill. The exhaust system does not interfere, because the torque arm is tucked up into the drive shaft tunnel. Ford applications require 8 to 10 holes to be drilled in the uni-body. On some applications the exhaust pipe driver-side behind the H-pipe needs to be rotated or slightly modified for clearance. Welding may be required on the exhaust. Will Tracklink bind? No! A special pivot assembly is used allowing the torque arm to move in and out plus rotate without any resistance. The pivot incorporates a collar with a brass sleeve that can be lubricated via grease fitting and high-density rubber bushing for isolation. Notice: Tracklink does not control lateral movement. How much ground clearance is lost? None! Ford and GM Tracklinks tuck up into the driveshaft tunnel.
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Rear traction kit for 1982, 1983, 1984, and 1985 Camaro and Firebird models from Global West. The traction kit replaces the factory torque arm.
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Tracklink - performance through leverage!

Factory torque arm

What does this torque arm do? During acceleration, Tracklink increases downward force on the rear tires through leverage and reduces nosedive during deceleration.

What will this do for me? Tracklink will increase side bite during corner exit acceleration. The rear end is more predictable in wet road conditions. Nosedive is reduced during extreme braking.

Does the torque arm still attach to the back of the transmission (GM applications)? No! The new pivot point for the torque arm is on the main beam that is installed down the drive shaft tunnel. The front part of the main beam attaches to the transmission cross-member.

Where is it used? Tracklinks are used for street, autocross, drag and road race applications.

Can I adjust the pinion angle? Yes! The pinion angle is adjustable simply by loosening the jam nuts and turning the adjuster. This can be done without removing the torque arm from the vehicle. Ford applications require changing shims located where the Tracklink mounts to the rear end.

How easy is this to install? For GM applications, Tracklink bolts on with minor modifications. Most units require only 10 holes to drill. The exhaust system does not interfere, because the torque arm is tucked up into the drive shaft tunnel. Ford applications require 8 to 10 holes to be drilled in the uni-body. On some applications the exhaust pipe driver-side behind the H-pipe needs to be rotated or slightly modified for clearance. Welding may be required on the exhaust.

Will Tracklink bind? No! A special pivot assembly is used allowing the torque arm to move in and out plus rotate without any resistance. The pivot incorporates a collar with a brass sleeve that can be lubricated via grease fitting and high-density rubber bushing for isolation.

Notice: Tracklink does not control lateral movement.

How much ground clearance is lost? None! Ford and GM Tracklinks tuck up into the driveshaft tunnel.
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Tracklink - performance through leverage!

Factory torque arm

What does this torque arm do? During acceleration, Tracklink increases downward force on the rear tires through leverage and reduces nosedive during deceleration.

What will this do for me? Tracklink will increase side bite during corner exit acceleration. The rear end is more predictable in wet road conditions. Nosedive is reduced during extreme braking.

Does the torque arm still attach to the back of the transmission (GM applications)? No! The new pivot point for the torque arm is on the main beam that is installed down the drive shaft tunnel. The front part of the main beam attaches to the transmission cross-member.

Where is it used? Tracklinks are used for street, autocross, drag and road race applications.

Can I adjust the pinion angle? Yes! The pinion angle is adjustable simply by loosening the jam nuts and turning the adjuster. This can be done without removing the torque arm from the vehicle. Ford applications require changing shims located where the Tracklink mounts to the rear end.

How easy is this to install? For GM applications, Tracklink bolts on with minor modifications. Most units require only 10 holes to drill. The exhaust system does not interfere, because the torque arm is tucked up into the drive shaft tunnel. Ford applications require 8 to 10 holes to be drilled in the uni-body. On some applications the exhaust pipe driver-side behind the H-pipe needs to be rotated or slightly modified for clearance. Welding may be required on the exhaust.

Will Tracklink bind? No! A special pivot assembly is used allowing the torque arm to move in and out plus rotate without any resistance. The pivot incorporates a collar with a brass sleeve that can be lubricated via grease fitting and high-density rubber bushing for isolation.

Notice: Tracklink does not control lateral movement.

How much ground clearance is lost? None! Ford and GM Tracklinks tuck up into the driveshaft tunnel.
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