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Hi guys ok it been a week since i pickup my baby and 1500 miles later iam so hooked,Pipe and air intake are just a mouse click away!! :D

Here a quetion for you thought. Showing of to a few bubbys the other night, i was doing a small burn out and the L started to step out to one side is this sort of normal as i have not had a limited slip diff before ! [smilie=fingersx.gif]
 

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The road surface usually dictates which way it will go when both tires are spinning at the same speed. ;)

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Euro Lightning said:
Hi guys ok it been a week since i pickup my baby and 1500 miles later iam so hooked,Pipe and air intake are just a mouse click away!! :D

Here a quetion for you thought. Showing of to a few bubbys the other night, i was doing a small  burn out and the L started to step out to one side is this sort of normal as i have not had a limited slip diff before ! [smilie=fingersx.gif]
Were you holding the brake down to do the burnout?? Before I got my line lock I used to heat up the nitto's at the track and would find the back end walking somewhat.
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:shock:KILLER BURNOUTS WITH A KILLER TRUCK!!!!!!!!! :LOL
 

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I have had mine step out side ways just getting on it from a wot Punch from a dead stop :D .
 

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That just what what i need to hear . Its not just my L [smilie=laugh.gif]

i will try and sort out some pics real soon [smilie=popcorn.gif]
 

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If your getting one wheel with a longer burn out than the other or just one wheel burnning out. Then change your rear end fuild it will help equalize the two tires.
 

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If the road has any pitch at all the rear end will find the lowest point to drift to
 
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