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Old 09-23-2005, 01:48 PM   #1
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Active Brake Differential how to tell if a car has it?


I am thinking about getting a early boxster s but plan on autocrossing in AS and need to have the ABD(Active Brake Differential) option as it functions as an LSD(limited slip differential) and it is rather difficult to retrofit. Do you guys know anyway of finding out if a car has this option on it without asking the owner to send a pic of the sticker and look up the code? Is there a control that turns this on and off with traction control and does this option always come bundled with traction control?

Also do you guys know how much the stock 18'' wheels weigh, what their offset is and what is the wheel selection like for light 18'' wheels with a offset close to stock?



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Old 09-23-2005, 01:51 PM   #2
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Stiylish, you should use the "search" function about this topic. I remember seeing some very good old threads about this topic.

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