I have been looking at LSD's from a few places, there are a few different types using different methods available.
The Clutch type,
and also the ATB diff from Quiffe (I dunno how this one works).
Now I thought that the reason for an LSD was so when one wheel spins faster than the other (standing starts for example and u loose traction) the LSD puts more power into the other wheel so both wheels can pull the car along as apposed to one wheel.
But I remember reading another thread a few months ago I remember people saying that an LSD doesn't offer many gains with standing starts, its cornering ability with is where the real improvements are.
Can someone shed some light on this, what I am after is an LSD that makes both wheels spin/propel car rather than one.