That was partly what sold me on it as well. It was easier to get than the MFactory diff but I also really liked the ability to still power the other wheel in a one wheel zero traction scenario.I've been looking into the wavetrac for my DC2, the design is innovative and I like how it can shift torque in all traction situations. The fact that it's tunable is also nice.
I think the Si can benefit from an adjustment in initial torque.
Basically the Si LSD and other aftermarket helical options can split the torque between the two wheels at a certain bias ratio (X:1), but in cases where one wheel has zero or near zero traction, all the traction is lost through that wheel (X times 0 = 0). The wavetrac has an internal mechanism that adds internal load to the zero load axle, which allows you to send power to the other gripping wheel.Been debating a LSD upgrade with what I'm going to have to do anyway. That thing looks mean... tell me more
I do plan on doing the front sway bar, anti lift kit, front end links. While I'm doing the whole trans repair thing. Coilovers are on the list but most likely that'll be awhile.I think so yeah, with a proper suspension setup I don't imagine you'd have any issues with it.
Are you still on the fx350? How many miles you got on it?I do plan on doing the front sway bar, anti lift kit, front end links. While I'm doing the whole trans repair thing. Coilovers are on the list but most likely that'll be awhile.
I should probably take the time to do the oil pump gear, while the subframe is off. If the clutch looks worn I'm going with a eddy stage 1 type R disc as a replacement.