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      12-07-2011, 03:52 PM   #3
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I am just assuming, since you brought this into discussion: with a clutch-type LSD, since the torque is split immediately after the driveshaft receives torque from the engine, there is less of a chance for breakage at launch compared to a Torsen (torque-sensing, geartype) LSD which begins to work a few moments later, when the driveshaft begins to rotate and the torque difference between wheels is "sensed".
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