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Old 04-17-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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Can someone help me with the part number of the TC6 rear gear diff?
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Can someone help me with the part number of the TC6 rear gear diff?
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So far, there isn't a factory gear diff, unless I've missed something in the last 8 or so hours. You'll have to go aftermarket. Lots of resources in the official TC6 thread, including mods to make 'em work.
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Is there something about the TC6 ,that makes people want to put a gear diff in it?

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Gears diffs are the latest fad. A well built ball diff is just as good but the gear diff will require less maintenance over all.
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I never touched the ball diff in my tc5 for the entire last season and it's still just fine. And that's still too much maintenance for some people?
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The gear diff is superior in acceleration since there is no slip. It also offers more steering than a spool without the violence associated with getting on and off the throttle. You can also correct the car more easily coming off the corner.

The gear diff is more a tuning item than a way to avoid maintenance, since you have to keep up with them as well.

These are just my feelings, and I usually only race motors up to 17.5 boost, so your mileage may vary.
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