Originally Posted by FlatironsTuning.com
a clutch type LSD would offer more grip in those conditions. However, IMO they do not work well on the street or in high grip conditions.
curious about this statement. i agree that a clutch type will be a nuisance on the street. ive driven cars with pretty aggressive clutch diffs on the street and low speed turning is brutal. lots of popping and clunking.
but i would disagree that they do not work well in high grip conditions. they are preferred to gear types in tarmac/road course racing. they perform better than the gear types in these racing types. they also will wear out a lot faster than a gear type though, and will need rebuilds.
just my .02