Left foot braking technique with LSD on Jeep XJ
In the first two attempts, I was in 4H, and couldnt make it over the top because the right rear spun, I then used the left foot braking technique to shift power to the left rear wheel (watch break light), but the wheel did not receive sufficient power to push the vehicle to the top.
In the third attempt, I applied the brakes the same, but in 4L, so the wheel received sufficient power to push the vehicle over the top, and spin!
Also notice that the LSD transfers power from the spinning wheel to the wheel with traction, only after the brakes are released.
Limited Slip Differential Fail!
This is just a couple of clips showing my Super Duty doing a little 2-wheeling. One front tire and one back tire receive the engine power despite an OEM rear limited slip differential.
Jeep XJ rock crawling KS rocks
trail ride with the KC jeep club nov. 08. front axle- curry, dana 44 ARB locker. rear- chrysler 8.25, detroit locker. 4:56 gears, 33" mt baja claws, RE 5.5 suspension
Winter left foot braking
Practicing my left foot braking in snowy condition, up to 80 km/h (doesn't look like it in the video). 2000 Mazda Protegé LX, no modifications. Filmed with Nikon D7000 and 35mm F2