That's why I wrote 0x0=0
What I discovered was that my angry non-turbo EJ25 is lifting the inside front enough to be a problem. This has NEVER been a problem prior to this motor going in!
I am still curious is I will have to case harden the freshly machined ramps and if I should also machine the cross to match the angles.
Originally Posted by Matt Monson
What you have discovered is that there is no such thing as a helical LSD. It's an oxymoron that Quaife has been promoting for a number of years now as part of their marketing spin. Torsen-gleason gear driven diffs do not have a limit to the amount of wheelspin they will allow. They behave as if they are open at the limit. Lift a wheel and have zero resistance and you have no lock.