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Exactly. You have to do a hard Scandinavian flick or give it a good clutch kick. I'm considering welding it in the future but this is my daily driver. The diffs are pretty easy to swap out so I could just get one welded and keep the open. Swap it in for events. LSD is way too expensive for me. I'm in college, not much extra cash at the moment.
Yes. At the price points of these cars vs the LSD welded is the way to go IMO.

Some E46s are worth on the order of as much as a good diff.

I do some open diff gravel/snow sliding on occasion. Dirt road hooning as well.

Disclaimer: Don't tell me not to drift because it's a BMW and snobby snob snob rich guy doesn't like to have fun :thanks:
You haven't been to Eastern Europe. Oldas<sp>s BMWs are the most popular drift machines for amateurs, by far. Not 240/Silvias, not miatas, not RWD corollas.
 
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