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    Limited slip diff may be available

    http://www.quaife.co.uk/news/quaife-...e-abarth-500-0

    Contacted quaife in UK they thought the unit would work on US cars. I think we have the same tranny as the UK abarth am I correct??

    I was refered to motovicity the importer here but they did not know.

    Can someone research this further?

    Quaife sent me a diagram of the unit in a pdf - not sure how helpful it would be.
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    That would be perfect for autocross. May take a brave soul to purchase, import and test fit one. Madness maybe?

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    Can you screen shot the PDF? Is it a helical design? Also, the bigger question, how would this work with the e-diff that the car comes with?

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    I'll attach a screen shot later. The unit complements the e diff according to info on the link (did you read it?).

    i want this for track days- running esc completey off.
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    I actually overlooked it to begin with. I see it's helical, but it doesn't really go into much detail other than one sentence saying it compliments the factory traction control. That's different than the torque transfer control I thought.

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    quaife makes great product. i wouldnt worry too much about it. it's not a cheap phantom diff or anything like that.

    the e diff and ttc are the same. brakes clamp the spinning wheel forcing torque to the other side. sounds wrong? it is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Otto View Post
    quaife makes great product. i wouldnt worry too much about it. it's not a cheap phantom diff or anything like that.

    the e diff and ttc are the same. brakes clamp the spinning wheel forcing torque to the other side. sounds wrong? it is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Otto View Post
    quaife makes great product. i wouldnt worry too much about it. it's not a cheap phantom diff or anything like that.

    the e diff and ttc are the same. brakes clamp the spinning wheel forcing torque to the other side. sounds wrong? it is!
    I completely agree, Quaife is quite well known in the diff world. And helicals are great for everything except off-roading. Exactly, I think the reason for the e diff/ TTC was weight and price. My other question about is it, can you turn it completely off or no?

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    can't turn off a mechanical diff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Otto View Post
    can't turn off a mechanical diff.
    Obviously, unless it's an air locker I was asking about the electronic TTC, which was answered above, while I was posting this.

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