Just wondering who has used the phantom grip and what kind of results are they having with it.
Well the story was quite simple. I happened upon a sudden traffic jam on one of the highways around here. I wanted to turn around in the median which was half mud and half pavement. So I went for it, and felt the right side of the car start to sink in and progress slowed. I thought I was screwed, and then with a jolt, he PG kicked in and pulled my ass right out. I forgot completely that I had it. Now of course that was a low torque, low speed situation but it did have the desired effect.rebel2k4 said:That was good for a laugh
I wont ask how it came about, but props to the phantom grip for that! lol
With the PG they recommend using the green springs in our cars,I used it for a few months, but it destroyed 1 trans,so I welded the pin to the case and it lasted a little while longer ,but it still grenaded the trans,actually broke the diff. housing.I got tired of tracking down trannys so I went ahead and bought the GURU.I'll be putting it in,in a few weeks.shwine617 said:I read a few times that the PG spins both on the street, but not at the track with slicks, But I am not sure. Maybe that is with the gold springs. I would probably get the green ones.
That damage was probably caused by a ball or other small part floating around in the trans getting eaten up.Well that kind of damage would only happen under heavy load when the PG was supposed to be locked. Looks like it didnt do its job.