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One way differential

Old 01-10-2005, 12:02 PM
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Default One way differential

Someone posed about oen before but I didnt understand too well how it works, I was looking at getting one for my tt-01 as the ball with ball diffs they need rebuildign ad I cant find any of the spare parts to rebuild them with, so what does a one way do, advantages and disadvantages
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Advantages: Better steering, even underpower
Disadvantages: No front brakes

Dunno how it works though, but thats what happens. One-ways are better on fast, open tracks rather than tight tracks.

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i run a one way in all my 4wd cars, both on and off road. it forces you to hold higher speeds in turns, otherwise youll spin around, and it also improved my straight line speed, braking is only downfall, if youv only driven 2wd then go to 4wd itll be perfect for you, if your used to 4wd itll take some gettin used to.

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