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Old 07-08-2007, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default Diff settings

just wondering what difference the back end would be be regarding grip , if either the diff was set as loose or tight?
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This info is from the Xray t2 setup book which can be downloaded from their site.

Effects of Rear Ball Diff Adjust ment
Car understeers slightly at corner entry, but makes the car more difficult to control at corner exit (powerslides).
Increased on-throttle steering.
Usually better on high-traction surfaces, but may decrease rear end stability at mid corner.
More stability mid corner and corner exit.
Understeer on-throttle.
Better on low-traction surfaces or in conjunction with a front one-way.
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