Because of the new Eurotrial rules in ProMod, I need the posebility to run front wheel drive only.
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Trail Tough said:.....the Remco version for a Samurai is approximately a foot long and clamps onto the 3rd member with a U-bolt and requires a custom driveshaft. It disconnects the driveshaft in the center and is designed for towing purposes and would not hold up for any kind of off-road use. Obviously, that is NOT what we have created here. Our unit is compact and is about 2 1/2" in overall length and simply replaces the transfer cases rear flange and can be used with the existing unmodified driveshaft. It is a great alternative for the Samurai owner which can take advantage of the benefits of all of the various new t-case gearing options AND have the ability to burn-turn, just like the guys with the Atlas cases - which have fewer gearing options! I have been competing with mine for over a year in the Crustacean and Joel McClure has been competing in CalRocs, UROC, ProRock, and ARCA with his. And for the guy that thought that perhaps an ARB with cutting or individual locking brakes would provide this kind of function, it just doesn't work. The vehicle will simply drag the locked wheel! Our rear driveshaft disconnect works for not only burn-turning but it is also alot cleaner than the Remco unit for the guys who just want to flat-tow.
BTW - we also plan to make one of these for you Toyota guys!
i don't agree with this. if you have a selectable rear locker and the 2-low option in the t.case a cutting brake would be a better option imho.Shrock said:...And for the guy that thought that perhaps an ARB with cutting or individual locking brakes would provide this kind of function, it just doesn't work. The vehicle will simply drag the locked wheel! ....
eerrrr....yes, lada niva is permanent 4x4.3D-RACING said:Lada Niva has fulltime transfer like a 203.
In Modified class there are many restrictions on the transfer type and use.if you select 4low, leave the t.case open and pull the handbrake, you can do decent burn turn.
this is a very common modification used in french trial 4x4 vehicles, and is allowed in the eurotrial modified class, not sure about the cutting brake.