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Limited Slip Differential - Explained

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Published on Jan 2, 2013

How do limited slip differentials work? What is an LSD? Clutch type limited slip differentials use the engagement of a clutch to lock up a differential, allowing for torque to transfer to the wheel with more grip, until the force between the clutch packs is overcome. When the differential is not under load, it allows for both wheel to rotate at separate speeds.

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