Originally posted by InitialD
I don't own an NTC3. But generally solid front axle will make the car understeer off power and lots of on power steering. Lousy going into corners but good coming out of the corner. Good if you have large flowing tracks.
Don't know with the N, but I've run it on my E TC3 and it actually works very well on a tight track, better than a one-way and, I think, as good or better than a diff.
You do have to significantly change the setup to combat the loss of steering that losing diff action on the front results. I'm not sure how to do this with the N, but we put the rear tower on the front, softer springs, etc. and got back at least most of the steering.
I just found it controllable. . .which I like