the 10k in center will make it tail happy.
drop to 5-5-2 or even 5-3-3 and try again.
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so from what i understand the thinker the oil is in the centre the more drive it will have to all 4 wheels.
the thiner the oil is in the rear the more it will slip / be pulled
the thicker the oil is in front the more it will under stear / pull
Loads of testing and racing week in week out, I now have my RC8.2 pretty dialed!.
Are you doing the SRS at ADUR on the 5th? I will have a look at your setup there. Failing that I will probably be at Clanfield on the 19th for a run before the SRS round.
Last edited by levontraut; 29-07-2012 at 06:19 PM.
inside lsd there is somthing called shims depending on how you have them setup they will bite and both wheels kick in and turn at the same speed.
rc8 etc... have what you call an open diff.
the only way to get them to bite more is to have a thicker oil in it to slow everything down inside the diff or like what we do on the vw race cars on the spider we use bolts to tighten the spider gears to make it reacts as a lsd but in doing so you put a lot of strain on the teeth
Don't think you mean shims, mate.
Shims are the little washers used to eliminate play in the gear mesh. Its the viscosity of the fluid used in side the diff housing that determines the amount of power directed to each wheel. Hence them being limited slip and not open diffs, which they would be with no fluid in.