Originally Posted by Lrn2Corner
do your self a favor, go to a local autox event. press the VDC button once before you start your run. drive the piss out of your car and notice that it doesnt bog or pull punches as you corner aggressively.
Turn it back on and do your next run. notice your time is drastically slower due to VDC cutting you off most of the time during cornering maneuvers and so on.
You are running full open diff mode with VDC off. VDC is not reducing wheel spin or traction loss. The center diff is doing its job, which is deviding up the power to the wheels that can make the best use of it.
Thanks for the rez i was looking for what models and what ratio I needed to get a VLSD from.
I autox and sometimes i forget to turn the vcd off and i did experience all of the above. Vcd off is much better I do dislike my open diffs on corner exits though.... terrible loss of grip/wheel spin of inside wheel. I also do not like the central viscous unit in the winter. So slow to lock up...