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BTCC centre diff
>>The diffs _seem_ to be directly connected by a solid propshaft. The
though, is _very_ light - 7 or 8lbs fully populated. <<
Your really confusing us all over this one Phil.
If the car only has a front and rear diff and these are connected together by a
carbon fibre shaft, where does the drive come in from?
What was actually said in the first instant, that led you to believe there was
no centre diff?
And how does the fact that Bintcliffes diffs were on the work bench lead you to
be certain the cars have no centre diff. I was assuming you had seen inside the
centre diff casing (on the back of the G'box?) and seen a no diff arrangement.
With no centre diff things will 'wind up', or maybe thats what you are doing to
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