Sabtu, 13 September 2008


What is a limited slip differential? Why buy one?
An aftermarket limited slip differential (LSD) is still one of the most dramatic handling improvements you can make to your car. Most vehicles come stock with an open differential that always applies the same amount of torque to both drive wheels. When under hard cornering, if one wheel breaks traction, the open differential actually continues to feed power to the wheel that has no grip. A limited slip differential sends more torque to the non-slipping wheel, allowing those wheels to make the maximum use of available power in turning the corner.

How do you install a limited slip differentials?
Installing a limited slip differential can be a big project even for the mechanically inclined. It requires opening the transmission or rear axle of your vehicle. This job should be left to the pros.

Which brand is dependable for limited slip differentials?
Cusco makes a quality limited slip differential.