Originally Posted by Enter Faster
Well, thanks for answering, but the stock M diff is a variable lsd and a Drexler is a normal lsd (40% or whatever) , they're both lsd's , I know.
With the M diff you have to keep your foot on the gas a bit to keep the M diff locked(and keep wheelspin thus the M diff sensing that and doing its job) and keep the slide like you want it. Lifting means no/less lock and you get a sort off clumsy drifting at times. A Drexler is more stable with those kinds of drifting according to Advevo, you don't get zero-100% locking on/off from one side to the other(snowy conditions tell me about it LOL) like in the M diff but just 40% and that's it.