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      02-17-2012, 01:02 PM   #6
sluflyer06
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Drives: 2008 135i MT
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: St. Louis, MO

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I can say from experience the e-lsd is extremely invasive in everyday driving, if anyone wants to know how much it does either disable the ABS or disconnect a wheel speed sensor so the whole system comes offline. (don't ask how this happened to me)

Without the e-lsd active my car started spinning tires like a madman in 1st and 2nd gear, I was astonished at how active that system must be on a regular basis which I'm sure isn't good for acceleration since its applying the brakes.

I also like the idea of getting a true LSD however I don't think I'd be comfortable making that investment without a way to disable the e-diff.
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08' 135i MT || Cobb Stage 1 'Aggressive' 4.01 Map | BMS DCI | Berk Mid Pipes | Maddad Eurosport Axleback | E93 FSB | M-Sport Black on Black | CDV Delete ||