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Hey All

I posted this question on another thread here but that was down in suppliers and thought it might not get noticed.

Just looking for some confirmation of the way the Torsen LSD works on the ISF.

This came about after experiencing no traction when one wheel was caught of the ground entering a driveway.

Reading some stuff on the web and now as I understand it the Torsen LSD uses torque multiplied at a ratio i.e, 5 x 1 therefore if one wheel is caught of the ground you will get no traction from the wheel in contact with the ground, again i.e. 5 x 0 = 0 "NO TRACTION".

I thought an LSD would not do this but I believe I might be incorrect with a Torsen LSD.

Any comments or feedback from people in the know?

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