a posi, correct? and if this is what is commonly referred to as a posi, then what is an open diff usually reffered to as? or are both just called posi's? but regardless, both are not usually used for hard track use...?Differential applies power equally to each wheel unless one slips, then it transfers power to the one with grip. Both wheels drive through corners at different rates.
so if im taking a hard right hand turn, and the right wheel starts to lose grip, all the power would be transferred to the right wheel, and leave the left 'freewheeling'?Open differential drives both until one loses grip, then the one w/o grip gets all the power.
exactly... you say i got a new rear... but a 12bolt a 9" and a 10 bolt are all rears...Chris 96 WS6 said:they are ALL types of differentials.
Jaberwaki said:As for a spool and if it is streetable, the tire you run also has alot to do with it.
if you are on 15" et streets then you will most likly never notice anything differant as the soft sidewall flexes and absorbs it...
alittle faster for sure, but not as bad as you might think... several people local here run that kind of set upsnakeoilperformance said:now wouldnt that just ruin your tire? et streets arent one for many miles if driven all the time but wouldnt the turns ruin them faster??