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Old 04-11-2005, 06:38 AM   #16
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i did this about about 4 or 5 years ago with a kawada sv-10. the trick is YOU HAVE TO PRESS OUT THE BEARING AND TURN THEM AROUND other wise it spins on power and locks up off. the car drove find, it didn't push and the rear end didn't come around on power, this was on carpet. you'll have to correct me if i am wrong but isn't the reason for a one - to have the front wheels spin free off power to get more turn in and then lock on power to get more power to the front and pull the car harder out of corner.
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Ok try it and when you'll have only FWD maybe you will realise a one way only work one way...
yes, this is were creativaty and innovation come into play, i have to fit the pully on it so its facing the same direction as it would going forward, i will have to grind the pully and usie a spacer so it will fit and it will go the "one way" i want it to.
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i did this about about 4 or 5 years ago with a kawada sv-10. the trick is YOU HAVE TO PRESS OUT THE BEARING AND TURN THEM AROUND other wise it spins on power and locks up off. the car drove find, it didn't push and the rear end didn't come around on power, this was on carpet. you'll have to correct me if i am wrong but isn't the reason for a one - to have the front wheels spin free off power to get more turn in and then lock on power to get more power to the front and pull the car harder out of corner.
yes, but i may end up running a locked spool in front so i still get the pull out of the turn, and front wheel braking as well. i dont know i could be completly out of my mind trying to do something thats just stupid, but i figure unless i try ill never now and isnt that part of the fun, and what were all after...finding that perfect setup?
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I'm still gonna try it too, I think you can put the one way in the back of a xxx-s with out pressing out the bearing, just turn the diff around. Also thought I would under drive the front diff to keep the car from understeering so bad on exit. We'll see
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