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400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build

Vincent Gagnon
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 07:26AM
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Robert Culbertson
Break away torque of the diff, which comes from the preload on the clutch packs inside the carrier/diff.

Read this: http://www.intothered.dk/simracing/differential.html

Now compare that to the mk3 Supra diff and report back on the differences in design and function of the differential.

Oh you are so funny.

Maybe you can't shim a clutchpack properly?



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Robert Culbertson
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 09:51AM
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Robert Culbertson
Oh you are so funny.

Maybe you can't shim a clutchpack properly?

I actually can be at times.
You still haven't explained the differences. Did you even read the article?

Definitely shimmed per instructions there bud.
Break away torque was checked and it was as listed my Weir.
How about instead of personal attacks, you actually try to understand something from a mechanical perspective. Then we can talk.



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Vincent Gagnon
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 02:40PM
It's really hard to take anything you say seriously.
You lie all the time, probably to yourself more than to others.
You got caught lying for no reason whatsoever on this very thread when asked what was your experience.

Why should I believe anything you say?

And even if I do.
Let's imagine that you are not lying for once.

Somebody else had problems with a diff you toutched.
Yes instructions are provided by weir perfomance (I did this procedure without any problems).

Is it possible you fucked up somewhere taking the measure for the backlash of the spider gears?

According to you NO, IMPOSSIBLE.

That's why you can't be trusted.

Complete absence of self doubt that is common with religious people that are convince that their imaginary friend is always on their side.

Pathetic and untrustworthy.

So you had problems, I had none, your argument = 0.

If there is problems related to that diff, and the weir performance kit, why isn't mentionned anywhere in all the 4X4 forums?
If those knuckleheads know one thing is differentials, and they use them, and they have experience with it.

But you, you have access to a keyboard, congratulations.

And if there is potential problems, I would like to know about it, with empirical evidences to support it. Not "la bonne parole d'un crétin".



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Philippe Bellefleur
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 04:12PM
Anyway, why is anybody trying to compare a tiny rear end with small axle shafts, small ring gear and no proper diff to something bigger in every way that you can swap in some junkyard clutch pack LSD that can be modded for cheap?

Specially when option #2 can be built for just 2x the price of option #1.
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Robert Culbertson
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:04PM
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Jr Varsity Bench Warmer #1
It's really hard to take anything you say seriously.
You lie all the time, probably to yourself more than to others.
You got caught lying for no reason whatsoever on this very thread when asked what was your experience.

Why should I believe anything you say?

And even if I do.
Let's imagine that you are not lying for once.

Somebody else had problems with a diff you toutched.
Yes instructions are provided by weir perfomance (I did this procedure without any problems).

Is it possible you fucked up somewhere taking the measure for the backlash of the spider gears?

According to you NO, IMPOSSIBLE.

That's why you can't be trusted.

Complete absence of self doubt that is common with religious people that are convince that their imaginary friend is always on their side.

Pathetic and untrustworthy.

So you had problems, I had none, your argument = 0.

If there is problems related to that diff, and the weir performance kit, why isn't mentionned anywhere in all the 4X4 forums?
If those knuckleheads know one thing is differentials, and they use them, and they have experience with it.

But you, you have access to a keyboard, congratulations.

And if there is potential problems, I would like to know about it, with empirical evidences to support it. Not "la bonne parole d'un crétin".

First off have either of you given a part by part breakdown on building and installing a Toyota diff?
How many hours do you have into your diff swap?
Is it done yet?
How many rallies have you done with the Toyota diff?
How did it perform?

Have you read the article and do you fully understand how a Salisbury clutch-pack lsd diff works?
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Robert Culbertson
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:06PM
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Jr Varsity Bench Warmer #2
Anyway, why is anybody trying to compare a tiny rear end with small axle shafts, small ring gear and no proper diff to something bigger in every way that you can swap in some junkyard clutch pack LSD that can be modded for cheap?

Specially when option #2 can be built for just 2x the price of option #1.

Because the volvo 1030 has been a proven and reliable diff in rally racing for decades.

What's the finishing results for a volvo 240 with a Toyota diff?

Also, where's that price breakdown?
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Vincent Gagnon
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:25PM
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Robert Cuntperson
First off have either of you given a part by part breakdown on building and installing a Toyota diff?
How many hours do you have into your diff swap?
Is it done yet?
How many rallies have you done with the Toyota diff?
How did it perform?

Have you read the article and do you fully understand how a Salisbury clutch-pack lsd diff works?

1: No, but Toyota did. Really useful info.
2: I don't know, but since I've done it now, I could do it way quicker, because you know, I learn.
3: Yep, works great.
4: None, wich is the same as you, so get the fuck off you high horse. Contrary to you, I never posed as the poster child of "I know everything about rally", I'm not a fucking liar.
5: Works fucking great.
6: I understand.



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Philippe Bellefleur
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:27PM
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Robert Culbertson
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Jr Varsity Bench Warmer #2
Anyway, why is anybody trying to compare a tiny rear end with small axle shafts, small ring gear and no proper diff to something bigger in every way that you can swap in some junkyard clutch pack LSD that can be modded for cheap?

Specially when option #2 can be built for just 2x the price of option #1.

Because the volvo 1030 has been a proven and reliable diff in rally racing for decades.

What's the finishing results for a volvo 240 with a Toyota diff?

Also, where's that price breakdown?

1wd proven? no shit!
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Vincent Gagnon
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:27PM
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Robert Culbertson

What's the finishing results for a volvo 240 with a Toyota diff?

Also, where's that price breakdown?

1: Ask Eric Ewert, he did a rally, not like you.
2: I gave you the price breakdown already, I'm not going to rewrite the whole thing because you are too much of a cunt to take notes.

Oh and I got a reaaaaally good song for you :







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If they do not give you work or bread, then take bread.

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Philippe Bellefleur
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:58PM
Go George!!!!
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Robert Culbertson
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 10:59PM
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Robert Cuntperson
First off have either of you given a part by part breakdown on building and installing a Toyota diff?
How many hours do you have into your diff swap?
Is it done yet?
How many rallies have you done with the Toyota diff?
How did it perform?

Have you read the article and do you fully understand how a Salisbury clutch-pack lsd diff works?

1: No, but Toyota did. Really useful info.
2: I don't know, but since I've done it now, I could do it way quicker, because you know, I learn.
3: Yep, works great.
4: None, wich is the same as you, so get the fuck off you high horse. Contrary to you, I never posed as the poster child of "I know everything about rally", I'm not a fucking liar.
5: Works fucking great.
6: I understand.

Nice job dodging the questions..

I've done 15+ rallies as a codriver... seems like experience to me.
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Philippe Bellefleur
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 11:05PM
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Nice job dodging the questions..

Ha!
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Vincent Gagnon
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Re: 400$ volvo 240 live axle rally capable build
December 09, 2017 11:05PM
I responded to every irrelevant question you asked.

YOU on the other hand refuse to answer mine : DO YOU HAVE ANY EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF THE CLAIMS YOU MADE REGARDING THE MK3 SUPRA DIFF WITH THE WEIR PERFORMANCE KIT?

Also, co-driving for you is a way of, as I stated earlier, piggybacking on the achivement of others.
I've met taenias that were least parasitical than you.

You should restrain yourself from posting until your perfect golf hits the stages.



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