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Old 09-27-2007, 10:29 PM   #1
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Is it possible and/or normal??
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I don't know what my deal is tonight...care to spell it out a little more with a "yes" or "no" and why ?
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In a STRAIGHT line:

1. STOCK diff shoud lay twins. One wheel MIGHT lay down a single at first, but not for long.

2. LSD SHOULD hook up sooner on the 'lagging' wheel.

Either diff should lay twins all the time in a straight line.



In a TURN:

1. STOCK diff will lay a single.

2. LSD will lay twins.
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How is it possible that I laid a single then in a straight line?
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How is it possible that I laid a single then in a straight line?
Clutches in the LSD are warn out.. or slipping
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i say do another burn out and see if it does it again...

Edit * you tricky mod.... stop deleted your post right before i reply to it :P
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Not good if I paid 500 bucks for one and have 2500 miles and maybe 10 burnouts on it...
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Not good if I paid 500 bucks for one and have 2500 miles and maybe 10 burnouts on it...
there see thats what i replied to

but yea like i said.. has it done it more then once?
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I don't think so, no.

I just found it odd that I laid a fat 100+ foot single stripe on a straight flat road
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