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FrankenMuncie question by Biggest_of_A
Started on: 06-27-2020 09:21 PM
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Last post by: Spoon on 06-28-2020 05:25 PM
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Building a FrankenMuncie MY8, M-17,

Should I go ahead and do the limited slip at the same time?
Or is the limited slip not worth the expense?
EP, Traction Concepts and Phantom Grip are the only options I have identified.
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I don't know about limited slips.

La Fiera likes welded diffs.

With my open-diffed M19/M17 FrankenMuncie, I can lay down two black stripes on the road.
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Won’t be welding up my diff.

But great to hear about doing fine with the open diff.

I have a 3800 SC, but I guess that puts a lot weight squarely over the rear wheels.
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My Fiero has 41:59 front:rear weight distribution.

510 kg front
730 kg rear

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Originally posted by pmbrunelle:

My Fiero has 41:59 front:rear weight distribution.

510 kg front
730 kg rear



Okay I just had Alexa figure it out....

510 kg / 1120 lb.front 41%
730 kg rear / 1610 lb. rear: 59%

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