Originally Posted by OperationSr Facebook Google Remember Me? Originally Posted by J-Style. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Good solid metal clunk. Also- I’m curious what tires you’re running and at what alignment. In order to be able to post messages on the Nissan SX Forums forums, you must first register.
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The differential can only multiply the torque it can apply at the side with low traction, so if one tire has very little traction such as on ice or in the air then the differential will act the same as an open differential.
If wleded have any other questions about welded diff driving, leave it in the comments below. Takes time to get use to but someone who can really drive can 240ex really quick.
welded diff for daily driver yes or no ???? – Nissan SX Forums
There’s my 2cents for the week The S15 helical differential is probably the best diff for road racing applications. It is, in no way, hard to daily drive on a welded diff.
Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission. My suggestion is put it in drive it for a week if you dont like it then put you old one back in. As for tire I’ve ran kummo ecstas and potenza G Find More Posts by supaslidz. When a differential is welded, the axels are almost strung together and both wheels will rotate the same revolutions as each other.
But thats a good deal.
Nissan 240SX Performance Modification/Differential
He should learn NOT to pick a wheel setup that is going to rub against the wheel well enough to cause actual damage to the car. But they are discontinued now.
I run a welded on my daily and well Several types of diff are available for different types of driving. Originally Posted by steve shadows A 2 way is worth it. It will make your car handle alot different. The inner wheel is wwelded to spin at the same amount as the outer wheel.
But at the time I had really bad blown out suspension. They are the proper length and spline to fit at ditf the S And college kid is jealous he is not involved.
The best thing about a helical diff is that it practically never wears out.
As you can imagine its not a very weldes lock, but the smooth power transfer makes it the most streetable limited slip differential. I did it for 6 months, and am about to swap to a 2 way. Be prepared for a large amount of wheel hop and a large number of shoppers wondering why your car is making strange noises.
So even though the regular driving is gonna suck, just remember to hoon your missile whenever you can, make it worthwhile for yourself. It is not recommended for drifting because it never actually locks.
Ah, the welded differential, the back bone of any drift missile build. People that say welded diffs wear tires down too much are retarded.