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      12-03-2011, 03:58 PM   #292

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Originally Posted by Arnold K. View Post
Doubt it since 335s are RWD after a certain speed anyways.
The only thing i would say against this (if it even makes sense) is that, when it disengages itself at speed your aren't putting all the torque down to the tires, they are already moving. Whereas if you are about to lay strips you are going from a dead stop to throwing all the torque you have to the driveshaft and having to break the tires loose, which is adding more stress to the driveshaft
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