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Old 04-10-2008, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default Fioroni Associated "Tractive IV" Differential

How would these effect the buggy different then the stock diffs.

first what would change if i just put one in the front?

how would it change with one in the front and center?

i have read you do not want one in the rear?

are these better for smoother tracks or rough tracks i am not sure what the advantages of these would be to a average driver?

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I know that they will sure put a dent in your
wallet. I just don't think there worth the price.
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On power they act like a spool, off power they act just like a diff with the oil used. Same concept as the Xray active diff. The different rings alter the engagement. At that price, I'm sure we will not be seeing too many.
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When I ran a losi I was wishing someone would come out with a active diff for it.........The active diff will give tons of on power steering........BUt now I run a Kyosho with the lcd diff which is pretty much the same thing as a active diff.....these types of diffs it make the buggy much easier to drive coming out of a turn because the front wheels pull it through and out of the turn....
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