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Old 08-27-2003, 09:42 AM   #1
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Diff settings?

I was wondering who tightness of the diffs affects the setup of the car, what it does etc. also if you have a tight diff at one end and a not so tight diff the other end what affect that has...

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Typically, if you loosen the diff while staying within the window of safe diff operation, it will gain a little traction on that end of the car. Keep in mind that this is a tuning option to FINE tune the car. Usually the rear. If you are looking for a lot more rear traction, set the rear diff to the correct setting and look elsewhere for traction.
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Old 08-27-2003, 09:30 PM   #3
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Default Diff settings?

For the most part, A tighter diff means less grip at that end of the Car.

Tighten the Front Diff and you will push a little in the Front. Need to loosen up the Rear, tighten up the Rear Diff.

Most Cars will run both Diffs equal or have the Front Diff slightly tighter.
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