So I've seen a conversion of a Schumacher Mi1 on CS Junkies, where a user has modified his mi1 to use a twin lay shaft pulley system instead of the stock single lay shaft, twin 36t rear diff gears, with a belt from the lay shaft to diff, then diff to front, to now use two lay shaft pulleys and a custom belt to the front diff pulley.
He's done so to be able to play with diff gear ratios to achieve a 76% counter steer ratio. My question, is that would such a conversion have any benefit to on road TC if the ratio was left to 50/50? Would there be any gain in the drive train efficiency or reliability? Or would this conversion only be helpful for CS drifting?
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