Ok, been toying with this for a few weeks, but having acquired a lightened flywheel from Sir Pete , it's time to proceed with the next mod.
Thing is, whilst the gearbox is out/split, for the fitting of the flywheel, I'm wondering whether to have a new clutch (doesn't need one though) and a Quaiffe differential fitted at the same time.
To be honest, the 888 does handle suprisingly well with the 276 bhp and 306lbs ft torque going through the front wheels, due to the wider tyres and 888 suspension set up, you only really get a bit of torque steer when booting it out of roundabouts etc. Sure you get wheel spin when taking off if you're really trying, but it's not really uncontrollable tbh.
There is the cost factor too, a Quaiffe diff is best part of a grand, but should I take the opportunity to do it whilst the gearbox is out?
Difficult question I know, as I'm the only one with experience of driving the car, (apart from Jon @ Courtenay) - but would be interested in your thoughts?