One-wheel peels are just no fun. No fun at all. That’s why a limited-slip differential is the go-to, ensuring appropriate power delivery and the best smokey burnouts.
3.73 ring and pinion gears and an Auburn Cone-type LSD are installed to ensure both wheels lockup, thus, showing off to anyone passing by, should the driver feel like lighting the tires up.
After watching the information portion of the video, it’s time for the fun stuff. The 1970 Chevelle heads to California Speedway to see if the car bests its old times before the LSD was installed.
That’s a given. Before the upgrades, the 1970 Chevelle ran a 14.156 in the quarter mile. After the LSD and its performance modifications, the Chevelle clocked a 13.401 time.
Have a look at all the action for yourself down below.