Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Victoria, BC, Canada
Originally Posted by Good-Win Racing
We had the Miata limited slip in our Classica, it worked okay, now testing the OSGIKEN Competition 24 Disc Limited Slip. We have used these in our higher powered Miatas for many years, this has always been our choice when putting down over 200 hp, a great choice to support our continuing development of the car. I raced the car today at BMW Autocross. Did it on street tires in STR trim, fastest street tire time of the day (got beat for overall Top Time of Day only but a few friends on Hoosiers...by about one second). Will test it again next time on set of Hoosiers. My jump in time from Rivals on the car today to Hoosiers is usually about 2 seconds, so I expect the mighty Fiat will be Top Time of Day at next BMW Club event....will see. The feel of this unit is more aggressive than stock, takes a little time to understand that you mash the throttle and need to trust that when the rear steps out at corner exit it will then lay power very effectively, reaction is a bit faster than with the conservative lockup rate of the stock unit.
Are you still running the 2.9 mazda gears or have you switched back to the 3.5 Fiats?
17 Abarth, manual, luxury group, Rosso Red. Progress Springs, V1 intake, DV+ diverter valve, TR Motorsports FF10 wheels, Pirelli Pzero+ 215/45/17, GWR full Abarth Exhaust, Wilwood BBK