Racediffs LSD conversion kit Scam or it works?

Thread in 'Technical Questions' started by jack560r, Apr 3, 2019.

  1. jack560r

    jack560r New Member

    Sep 19, 2018
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    I've bought a '00 E46 330CI and i'm struggling to find a nice lsd for some occasional drift days and street drift.
    I've understood that ATB type diffs like Quaife are a waste of money talking about drift and Cusco\KAAZ diffs are super expansive.
    My 330 is a daily driver and i like fast canyon\backroad driving so i don't think that welded can be the right choice.
    I found this kit online,the Racediffs progressive lsd conversion set,but i'm very skeptic about it.
    I don't understand the way that it supposed to work and the actual reliability\durability of a lsd like that
    Any experience? There are other ways to have a capable drift\daily\fast car on E46 chassis without a 1500€ Friction diff?
  2. smokebillowing

    smokebillowing Active Member

    Jun 19, 2008
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    That kit looks sketchy as shit. i would not trust it.

    Your options are:

    1. Buy a limited slip diff ££££ https://www.ebay.com/itm/01-06-BMW-...557743?hash=item56c2dea1af:g:-fcAAOSwgIRcmV9p

    2. Weld it. Personally my favourite option. 100% locked all the time, and therefore 100% predictable
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