Originally posted by Cobra81li200
Build the diff, pu it on the car and try to turn the right wheel while keeping the lef wheel and the pulley in place and we'll see if it doesn't twist badly. And yes it is several degrees so it does makes a difference and also on power the rear wheels carry most of the power so you cannot say that having the front diff the other way cancels the effect.
I still don't get your torque steer on full scale cars... What he hell is OE ?
Hmmmm...let's see...if I find all the rest of the parts to assemble it, it's going to have all the other components that every other ball diff in the WORLD has...then check to see if it twists /flexes...
...when the suspect (in your eyes) part doesn't flex by itself.
You started throwing around the term "torque steer", if you don't know what it actually means...
...then I think we have the issue pretty much resolved.
"OE" means "Original Equipment" manufacturers...or OEM...the folks that design and manufacture cars (big or small).