What kind of motor are you running. If you are running the stock motor I woudl just stick with the stock diff. I have the Atomic Diffs in my MOD car and I don't understand how to adjust them well enough to know what I want to do. You can't isolate one diff from the other.
Anyway, the Atomic diffs are pretty high quality and easy to adjust even if I don't know what adjustment I am looking for.
You may notice a trend here...for drifting I pretty much have everythign stock. I have a skyline body with drift tires and bearings. There may be other drift setups that work but I am having a pretty good time with stock.
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