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Old 01-28-2017, 06:15 PM   #1
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Why did touring cars stop using ball dif's? My XXX-S losi turns really tight and smooth. My new cars don't seem to carry as much corner speed. I am only running on parking lot tracks so prob don't have a good comparison platform.
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generally gear diffs are more reliable and much more "set and Forget". You can get ball diffs for most platforms as an option part still though.
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