Got a unique opportunity for 2 people who want to partake in these new GEAR X Dogbox Gear Sets. I have 2 inbound and will be ready to dropship anywhere in the world. The new Gears are better fitment and quality than ever before an feature a 5 speed Dog set featuring their 1- 2.800, 2- 1.890, 3- 1.291, 4- 1.074 and 5- 0.905 gear ratios for 5495.00.
Their 4 Speed kits feature 1- 2.455, 2- 1.667, 3- 1.211, and 4- 0.950 with a 5th gear cuff and no final drive for 4995.00. I can add any GEAR X Final Drive for the 4 Speed kits you would like for 400.00 over the cost of the 4 speed kit if needed. Ratios available are the new GEAR X 4.058 Final or their Case Hardened 4.388 and 4.764. these gears are protected by GEAR X Lifetime Warranty up to 1300hp and I have 2 sets coming in friday! Lets get these K Series FWD/AWD Gears out the door! Contact us if your interested!
Another sneak peek of our Patent Pending Dual Pump Clutch Delete Kit for the Honda RT-AWD Differential. Effectively converts the differential to a Full-Time 4wd Differential.
Testing is currently in progress with James Nelson, Baystate Dyno & Performance and Bisimoto Engineering along with Thongvone of EWerkz LLC, Bumskie Speed Shop and Danny of Flo-Tec Fuel Injectors. Loving the fitment of this coupler set converting the CR-V/ Element/ Crosstour differentials from AWD to 4WD.
Perfect for 55/45 power distribution for your performance vehicle with instant response. When used with the GEAR-X/ GTS Ring and Pinion it provides the perfect match of performance to your car for Drag/ Circuit/ SCCA/ Autocross or Off-roading!
Pre-Orders will be available soon after finalized Testing is completed @ $889.99 with couplers and adapter shafts. Please email your inquiries to Admin@Automotiveknd.com
Ready for assembly our new batch of media blasted differentials have been completed by our friends at MCS Machine Shop!
No matter how big the job and how old the differential we have the tools to get the job done effectively and to specs and tolerances following the best in the industry!
Broken bolts? No problem! Part of our rebuild service includes a complete tear down and reassembly of all Honda RT – all wheel drive differentials and replacement of hardware including bearings for the pinion, differential bearings, nose Seals and O rings. Additionally normal consumable parts like fill and drain ports and the fill and drain port washer’s and oil seals throughout the differential are also replaced!
Non powder coated differentials are media blasted and prepared for their new oil seals and bearings and assembled in house and prepared for shipment!
When powder coating our differentials are preheated so that the degassing procedure can happen on the cast aluminum parts being powder coated and come out looking like glass! No corner is cut and no stone is unturned and no bolt is untouched doing our rebuild procedure leaving you with the very best performing differential with the support of after market products from our partners and our own in house services provided!
During assembly if bolts are broken we drill and tap the holes remove the old threads and replace them with brand new timeserts and chase all holes and threads with the respective diameter and thread pattern required to ensure their fitment every time.
Ready for assembly our service offers you the very best in the industry and a 0 miles high performance differential ready to take the abuse of the track and the street! Time to set some new records and release not only our partner manufacturers new aftermarket performance products for the CRV/element/cross tour differentials but also some of our very own! Dual pump delete and after market hydraulic pump upgrades are coming for you all!
Time to begin the assembly process and we will show you step-by-step how they are to be reassembled including setting backlash and determining the correct hardware to use for your application!
Torsen limited slip differentials are in! Just received word from Gear X that they have received our first batch of Torsen limited slip differentials and a special appearance of they are new Honda CRV upgraded ring and pinion!
Now that the design process has been completed and the parts are in manufacturing we are 6 to 10 day delivery time for these custom-made Parts shipping into the United States. Ready to play some serious orders for these new Innovations to add more power transfer capability to your RT AWD rear differential. Let us help you put traction to the ground as this is the world’s only limited slip differential for the Honda CRV and Element rear differentials.
And let us secure that power transfer through your new GEAR X/ GTS transmission ring and pinion.
Continuing from our last post where we disassembled the rear differential from the carrier and talked about what we will be installing into our customers differential. Today we will be removing the nose cap from the differential carrier, the clutch assembly, and the dual pump assembly for the Dual Pump Quick Spool Mod and Racing Diffs Clutch Upgrade Install! So without further adieu Lets Get it!
To begin this process we will need to get some tools like last time to prepare for our disassembly! I’d recommend a “Strait Blade Screw Driver” always at the ready! But here are the tools that will be required to accomplish this task!
3/8ths” Drive Ratchet.
3/8ths” Drive 3″ extension.
3/8ths” 8mm 6pt Socket.
1/2″ Drive Ratchet or Breaker Bar.
1/2″ Drive 24mm or 34mm Socket.
1/4″ Drive Ratchet.
1/4″ Drive 6mm Socket.
1/4″ Drive 3″ Extension.
Driveshaft Flange Support Bar.
6″ Long #3 Strait Blade Screw Driver.
Small Center Punch.
Small Razor for Gasket removal.
45 Degree Scribe.
Differential Nose Cap Removal
First I needed to get some illustrations from the CRV Master Service Manual. I acquired them from Honda thanks to a couple of good friends! This should help support this episode for you all to follow along. The procedure is pretty strait forward. Using a center punch you will need to take your hammer and remove the dimple on the pinion nut that locks the differential pinion nut. This dimple keeps the pinion nut from backing off and from loosening under normal driving conditions.
While supporting the weight of the differential install the driveshaft flange support bar and hardware onto the U joint flange of the differential. Install the driveshaft flange support bar onto the differential and grab your 1/2″ drive breaker bar and (24mm or 34mm) socket. Place the socket into the differential and break the TQ of the 24mm pinion nut and remove it.
Next we will remove the 8x8mm bolts from the differential nose cap cover. Pay particular attention to not strip the bolts when removing them. Using your 3/8ths” drive ratchet, 3/8ths” drive 3″ extension, and 3/8ths” Drive 8mm 6pt socket remove all 8 bolts from the differential nose cap cover and place them in a safe area.
Once this step is complete use your 6″ strait blade screw driver and pry-bar to separate the nose cap cover from the differential by prying at the separation tabs on the nose cap and carrier assembly. Remove the nose cap cover over your drain pan to alleviate spills and messes. Separate the nose cap cover from the differential carrier assembly and place in a safe location. This should expose the differential TCD and Dual Pump Assembly.
Remove the differential clutch assembly and clutch cage by lifting them from the pinion shaft and placing them to the side. Warning! The TCD Clutch RAMP Assembly for the 2006 – 2011 RT-AWD differential have 8 small ball bearings that ride under the clutch assembly. Use caution when removing. Any damage to these ball bearings will render the TCD clutch RAMP assembly non-operational.
Dual Pump Assembly Removal!
I think it’s important to give some characteristics of both differential dual pump assemblies we support! At first glance the dual pump assemblies from the 1997-2005 CRV are noticeably different in size.
Carrier Assembly Preparation!
Using your strait blade screw driver use the side of the case to gain leverage to pry the strainer from the carrier assembly. *CAUTION! Please be careful not to damage the screen of the strainer during removal.
In the next part of this build documentary we will perform the inspection of the internal differential components We will then compare the older CRV differential carrier assembly to the new and remove the pinion from the differential for bearing inspection. Stay tuned and we will be back soon! Thanks for following!