I'd imagine a tune is in order. The TC will probably freak out correct? Is there a tune specific to this?
I'm going with the Torsen because it's legal in SPEC Focus. I'm going to slowly make the car SPEC as I progress in my fiscal growth. Ha!
Orange, that sounded rather "cheeky". What I'm worried about is that the change in differential may cause the TC to react one way when it doesn't need to now that the LSD is in place.
In regards to burnouts, I'll leave that to you and your turbo.
Interesting... thanks for that fhg959. I'm not sure how they would check which differential I have but I'd rather play it by the book. Oddly enough, the MTX-75 is only allowed the FRPP Torsen or a Quaife torque biasing differential, while the Getrag is only allowed the OEM or the FRRP Torsen. So it looks like only a Ford Racing Torsen for me.I think that the issue about REAL lsds was done for good. TORSEN = Torque Sensing Differential... LSD = Limited Slip Differential. So a Torsen is not an LSD... anyways, how would they know (spec guys) what type of differential you have installed?
They jack the front end up in the air, and rotate one of the front wheels.I still want to know how they know if you have a Torsen or Quiafe.......what do they do, crack open your gear box?
The quaife is an ATB, and they woul let him use it. How would they know if he has an LSD?They jack the front end up in the air, and rotate one of the front wheels.
If the opposite side rotates in reverse, it's an open differential.
If the opposite side rotates in the same direction, you've got an LSD or ATB.
Yes...they can find out pretty quickly...