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      01-08-2009, 11:20 PM   #23
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I think he was looking to see if both tires spun. Isn't with the open diff the passenger rear wheel is the power wheel?
even without lsd both wheels are gunna spin
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      01-08-2009, 11:22 PM   #24
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even without lsd both wheels are gunna spin
I've been told that before... can someone explain this to me? I'm not saying I doubt it -- I just want a reasonable explanation so it makes sense in my head...

I thought all the power goes to the wheel with less resistance/traction...
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at first one wheel will spin, and after a second or two the other will follow

LSD can launch with both wheels basically, while we can with one
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      01-08-2009, 11:51 PM   #26
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will this work the same with a MT?
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will this work the same with a MT?
i think the car in the vid was MT
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i think the car in the vid was MT
AR's car is a 6MT.
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I think he was looking to see if both tires spun. Isn't with the open diff the passenger rear wheel is the power wheel?
Look at the tire tracks

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when will it come out? and any pricing
Its out. $349 for the kit, and we also have a PnP Wiring Harness and Pre-Drilled panels for switches available.



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Look at the tire tracks
I understand that even with the open diff both wheels spin. I was just curious to which wheel was the power wheel.
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I understand that even with the open diff both wheels spin. I was just curious to which wheel was the power wheel.
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LOL and the answer...
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I understand that even with the open diff both wheels spin. I was just curious to which wheel was the power wheel.
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LOL and the answer...
Not sure
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how easy is it to install/remove for dealer visits ?
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id assume if you did a launch without the linelock (not a burnout) you would see one tire mark and that would be the "power wheel"

unless it were to differ each time?

and I cant imagine the dealer liking this too much, BMW dealers have this weird thing about drag racing

andrew, can you post like a DIY install? im sure alot of people (including me) are very curious how and how long this install is

also, if you could point out the differences with the extra options you offer with the kit
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Burnouts are cool and all...but I could never do that to any car I own.
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id assume if you did a launch without the linelock (not a burnout) you would see one tire mark and that would be the "power wheel"

unless it were to differ each time?

and I cant imagine the dealer liking this too much, BMW dealers have this weird thing about drag racing

andrew, can you post like a DIY install? im sure alot of people (including me) are very curious how and how long this install is

also, if you could point out the differences with the extra options you offer with the kit
oo for sure im very curious about the install i might want this lol
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Burnouts are cool and all...but I could never do that to any car I own.
well this product is not just to fuck around and do burnouts all night an day lol..its for people that are serious on the track and need to get those tires nice and HOT!before runs
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burnouts without linelocks are a bad idea. I have cracked a rear rotor before using the break and accellerator method, too much heat in the back and the rotor cracked, got a linelock and things were all good, this was on a C5 Corvette.
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burnouts with linelocks are a bad idea.
I assume you meant to say "burnouts without linelocks are a bad idea".
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id assume if you did a launch without the linelock (not a burnout) you would see one tire mark and that would be the "power wheel"

unless it were to differ each time?

and I cant imagine the dealer liking this too much, BMW dealers have this weird thing about drag racing

andrew, can you post like a DIY install? im sure alot of people (including me) are very curious how and how long this install is

also, if you could point out the differences with the extra options you offer with the kit
The install is actually quite fast. The regular kit you have to wire yourself. With the PnP harness there is zero splicing, wire cutting, soldering, or crimping. The pre-drilled panels are great for people who want to just snap them in and go and not have to worry about putting the holes in the right places etc.

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well this product is not just to fuck around and do burnouts all night an day lol..its for people that are serious on the track and need to get those tires nice and HOT!before runs
Correct. This is an off-road use ONLY product intended for drag racers.

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I assume you meant to say "burnouts without linelocks are a bad idea".
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