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      02-05-2013, 12:50 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by idnan View Post
An LSD is great at curing the spinning one wheel problem and increase traction but on worn tyres and/or poor surfaces you will still find yourself spinning up the rears albeit with more control. I have 275 rear profile Michelin Pilot Supersports, an m3 LSD and full m3 rear arms/bushes and still can have the yellow light flashing like mad in a straight line at high speeds.
Horrible feeling that, the way it reigns in the car is horrible. I just manage the wheel spin myself, far more fun and quicker too.
M3 gone .... But I now have a M3 CS
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