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Old 04-30-2003, 12:06 AM   #1
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negative diff - LSD - one way ........

Can someone explain the good & bad on this subject on all aspect (I am still very new in R/C nitro, need some help..... I am sure many of us newbie would like to learn more form this forum)

Pls explain as clear as possible, so that we know what & when to use the different type of diff. gear box.

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what kind of car are you refering to?

a negative diff is designed to act like a regular diff when off throttle and a solid rear axle on throttle it has a diff in it that can be filled with diff oil and a clutch that somehow locks the rear wheels together like a solid when on power

a one way is used for more high speed steering it allows the outer wheel in a turn to free wheel while turning instead of a diff which has some resistance

i dont think lsds are used onroad just offroad in 1/8 buggies

i have the mtx3 and i like the rear diff with one way setup using different thickness rear diff oil i can alter the amount of rear traction depending on track conditions
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what kind of car are you refering to?

a negative diff is designed to act like a regular diff when off throttle and a solid rear axle on throttle it has a diff in it that can be filled with diff oil and a clutch that somehow locks the rear wheels together like a solid when on power

a one way is used for more high speed steering it allows the outer wheel in a turn to free wheel while turning instead of a diff which has some resistance

i dont think lsds are used onroad just offroad in 1/8 buggies

i have the mtx3 and i like the rear diff with one way setup using different thickness rear diff oil i can alter the amount of rear traction depending on track conditions
I am driving a kyosho v1rr, you were mentioning the lsd is not use for onroad ???

but i found alot of discussion on this in the v1rr thread

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