Originally Posted by Wickers1980
Thanks for the reply.
The car does have a front differential.
Is this normal for only the rear wheels to brake and it's just something I have to get used to?
Thanks Rubio, I'll keep that in mind.
As the other mates said, please check if you really have the front diff, 'cause your symptoms seem adressing to a front one-way, as I used to have too.
In any case:
- with front diff you can brake even starting the curve, because the braking effect is applied on all of the wheels, then you can release the throttle later and enter faster in the curves
- with front one-way your car is smoother but be aware to brake only on a straight line otherwise you'll gonna turn around, then you are forced to brake only before to start steering