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Old 11-19-2013, 06:41 AM   #16
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diff height = driveshaft angle
under power driveshaft wants to straighten, which pushes the tire into the ground for more traction. Downside is the drag and inconsistencies this causes cornering. On my T4 I might run the rear diff low if traction is low, on high bite conditions, all diffs up for best cornering. All of this is also dependent on ride height as well
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