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Old 09-25-2012, 12:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Stilo View Post
Actually from what Ive understanded, diff height affects more through the angle of the driveshafts. Driveshafts always try to straighten and the more you have upward angle on the bone towards wheel, the more driveshafts push the suspension down to the ground adding grip. So if you run diffs in up position, you have less on power grip, but also less chassis movement regarding to your throttle input.
Is the thick part at the top still the low position? On the t3 it would've been the opposite. Down position was the diff higher.
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