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Old 11-14-2017, 09:20 AM   #1
Weste46
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LSD worth it?

Hello,
I don't so Spec racing but since SE46 allows for an LSD I thought I would ask, do you guys think it's worth it for the track on our non-m's?
I'm considering picking up an LSD due to annoyances of not having one on the street (I get one wheel peel and can't u-turn effectively). However on the track I've actually never had issues with one wheel peel, because I only have around 230hp and the speeds are much higher.
Does an LSD lower your times even if you aren't experiencing off-apex one wheel peel?

Thanks.
Weste46

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