Originally Posted by 808TXT1
If you are going to drift then keep the front locked..it will act as a one way. But keep the back end free. This way when you yank the breaks....your butt end will break loose and you can control the throttle from there...
But don't run both sides locked. That just isn't good. Unless you going full on race um with a 15T or less motor then I would upgrade to the EVO III stuff.
Surikarn parts is a EVO III that was raced by Surikarn, so basically they are EVO III parts unless stated Surikarn parts..which I believe are all red colored parts. That's about it. Even the one way is red...nutz!!!!
ummmm right!! if you want to drift it, lock both diffs...or run them both considerably tight!!! if you are going to race in the future, then u can just loosen them off!!
i think u should of started your drifting a bit earlier, DRIFT RC, the best english drift mag!!! had this awesome DIY diff lock for ball diffs!!
ill walk ya through it!!
rip open ya diff, take out the balls and clean/dry the outdrives/ring gear and the metal pressure plates!!
take the metal rings off and stick them on sum electrical/gaffa tape and cut the shape out!!! so u end up with the shape of the metal plate....cut the inside out aswell!!
do this to both sides of the differential!!! place the metal plates back on the outdrive (tape facing middle of diff) and rebuild (without balls/lube, dirty combination of words there balls and lube) anyways!!! screw the screw half turn by half turn and check the lockd-ness of the diff.....
when you feel resistance in the screw, stop!!! and see if u can spin the outdrives in opposite directions!!....if you are satisfied drop sum threadlock on the nut and give it time to dry, from there u whack it bak in the car and get sideways!!