Thinks he can Drift
This all confuses me lol I've had cars with welded diffs including a daily drive and never had an issuearrg welding diffs is dangerous
if the weld isnt good it could break up and lock the rear wheels solidly
not fun on the motorway!
ok for track
also turns into a nightmare trying to park as the wheels try and turn at the same time ruining your tyres
and leaving black marks anywhere you use regularly
go for an lsd as its the best of both world, locks up with sharp acceleration and open when
also you can use shims to tighten up the sensitivity
Search "LSD shim skyline"
also welding diffs is for cheap crappy cars where LSD's are too expensive in relation to the cost of the car!
ie E36 beemers, mk1 MX5's, Volvo 340's
So it's not safe on a skyline but it is on a e36/mx-5?
Most of the drifters I know have welders and don't have an issue. They are easy to park so I don't understand what your on about there?
Everyone has an opinion and I usually let people get on with it. But I disagree with everything you've put there bud. No offence tho.
Stu 92 - if your worried talk to Adams he has a R33 and uses it in BDC. It's got a welded diff and he drives it all over the country to drift no worries
Sure if its done badly then its not safe but if you fit a wheel badly its not safe!!! Lol if you don't chew properly eating your Sunday roast its dangerous lol