Welded diff in the E36…. bad idea?

The BMW E36 project continues with fitting a welded diff… uh oh
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So after realising the only time I drive this car is when I wanna get a little back end skid going, and with the LSD that was already fitted to the car not giving me exactly what I wanted (it would open up sometimes and make it quite unpredictable), I went about sourcing a dirt cheap welded medium case diff for my 328i and fitting it so I could skid a bit easier and get more control whilst drifting. The diff we fitted is a 2.93 ratio medium case differential out of a factory 328i, so it was a straight bolt in. Happy days. Probably a really dumb idea but hey ho, that’s what life is about.

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