|07-28-2004, 08:05 AM||#11|
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The difference comes into play when you want more or less steering..and/or..more or less rear diff action comming out of corners.
As well, if you have a grippy track, then you could run a thinner oil to allow the diffs to act somewhat naturally, but on a slippery, dusty track, you would want a thiker oil to control the diffs a little more..
Always having power to the wheels is the key, and if one..or two are in the air spinning freely, then you have lost power to the wheels and your competitor has passed you...
I can not say what will give which results..
I do know that when the diffs are controlled with fluids, there is alot less one wheel donuts (less obvious) during turning..since there is still pwer being delivered to the outside wheel...
In the buggies, some of them have torsion diff, that gets harder to act as it spinds faster..so less action at high speeds, better action at lower speeds...
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