Standard T-Case Build Service - EVO 8-9. This is for ACD and NON-ACD.
This Build Service Includes:
This is the most economical rebuild service we offer for the EVO T-Case. Your transfer case will be built to OEM specs, which includes replacing Oil Seals, O-Rings, Ring / Pinion Gearset, and Pinion Shaft Bearings.
Please note that if your T-Case is making whining noises then the ring and pinion gears are wiped out. This rebuild service will correct these issues!
|Cleaning Disclaimer||<p>Parts cleaned using industrial parts washers. Exceptionally clean units are one of the many reasons why our Transmissions and Transfer Case assemblies are of the highest quality in the business! We have <a href="news/technical-articles/687-cleaning-equipment">state-of-the-art cleaning equipment</a> which other trans builders and service shops could only dream of.</p> <p>With the best cleaning equipment, we also have a very clean facility. All units are built in a spotless environment using tools, and benches, which are clean and only used for assembly purposes. In other words, the same tools used to pull your dirty old transmission out of your car are NOT the same tools used to rebuild your pristine unit afterward. Take a look at the typical shop and check their tools. It is shocking how dirty things are in most shops and that dirt will end up in your unit. That does not happen here.</p> <p>Jacks Transmissions has grown into a company which now services exotic and terribly complex DCT (dual clutch transmissions) used in the GTR, SST, Porsche PDK, Audi, VW, and many more high end vehicles. Due to this exciting change, we have spent a lot of money for the state-of-the-art equipment. We have also designed and built many of our own parts for these vehicles.</p> <p>All machine work, cleaning, and detail work is performed in-house by very talented technicians and engineers. The quality you get from Jacks Transmissions is an unbelievable bargain. We do not know of anyone else who cleans the transmission via a 110gal Ultrasonic and Pulse-Jet unit, or who employs such talented people. </p> <p>The quality and experience you get from Jacks Transmissions shows with the overwhelming number of high-end vehicles we service in our shop. Be a part of the rare opportunity to have one of the cleanest and most experienced specialty shops in the World service your transmission! </p> <p>We love the Mitsubishi transmission and have not forgotten that it is these units which got us to where we are today. We will continue to service them as we want to continue to support the community. This is a great opportunity for the Mitsubishi enthusiast to have a build using the same high-end equipment to service the Mitsubishi transmission as we use for the expensive exotic units. This means that the cleanliness and attention to detail is unmatched! </p> <p>Our pricing structure was created to assure only the highest quality materials and workmanship. Anyone which beats our price is taking short-cuts which you will pay for in the end. Look into the details of our build services and you will see the additional attention we provide which is unique and cannot be duplicated.</p>|
|Optional Upgrades||<h4>Wavetrac LSD</h4> <p>Designed from a clean sheet using state-of-the-art knowledge and engineering to be a better differential than any other by using a patent pending design to improve grip in low traction conditions.</p> <p>Wavetrac limited slip differentials give you quicker acceleration and faster cornering by driving both drive wheels instead of just one. And, they offer improved no-load performance when compared to other helical gear differentials on the market.</p> <h3>What Makes A Wavetrac Different?</h3> <p>Zero axle-load is a condition that occurs during normal driving, but creates the most noticeable problems when driving in extreme conditions. Zero or near-zero axle-load is the condition that exists when there is ‘no-load’ applied through the drivetrain, when one drive wheel is nearly or completely lifted (often in aggressive cornering). It also occurs during the transition from engine driving a vehicle to engine braking and back, even with both drive wheels firmly on the ground.</p> <p>Here’s how that loss of drive hurts you:</p> <ul> <li>If you lift a wheel, all gear diffs except Wavetrac®, will NOT power the other wheel.</li> <li>During the transition from accel to decel, all gear diffs except Wavetrac®, do nothing.</li> </ul> <h4>Why does this happen?</h4> <p>All gear LSDs (including Torsen®, Truetrac®, Quaife®, Peloquin, OBX, etc.) work in basically the same manner: they divide the drive torque between the two axles, applying drive to each side, up to the available grip of each tire. The amount of drive torque one wheel can get over the other is described as the bias ratio, a measure of the torque split across the axle.</p> <p>Standard, open differentials have a bias ratio of 1:1. They can only apply as much drive torque as there is available traction at one wheel. When one wheel loses grip, the total available drive is lost as well (at a 1:1 ratio). All your power goes out the slipping wheel - along the path of least resistance.</p> <p>Torque biasing differentials offer increased bias ratios over open differentials. For example, if a diff has a bias ratio of 2.5:1, then it can apply drive torque to the wheel with the most traction (gripping wheel) at 2.5 times the traction limit of the wheel with the least traction (slipping wheel). This is a significant improvement over an open diff… most of the time.</p> <p>The problem is that when one tire has <strong>LITTLE or NO grip (zero axle-load), the other wheel gets ZERO DRIVE, because (basic math here): 2.5 x 0 = 0.</p> <p>Lift a wheel (or substantially unload a wheel) and you get zero axle-load on that side - that means that during the time the wheel is unloaded, the typical diff will NOT power the wheel that’s still on the ground. No matter how high the bias ratio, you get no power to the ground.</p> <p>During the transition from accel to decel, where you have near zero torque on the axle, even if the wheels are on the ground, the typical diff is unable to begin applying drive torque until AFTER the zero torque condition is over. While this condition is generally short-lived, the fact that most diffs can do nothing during that time means that there will be a delay once the zero torque condition stops - creating a reaction time in the driveline.</p>|