I definitely recommend this company to anyone looking for Quality, Precision and Professionalism.
Dave Gallagher01/15/2015, 11:24
Lifetime customer here! I had two units from Diffsonline on my first E36 M3 (street car turned race car), another on my next dual-duty E36 M3, another on my supercharged E46 325iT über wagon project car, and now setting up for yet another on my current Project E36 M3.
Safe to say I've been very happy with the diffs, and the quality and longevity have been much better than those I've witnessed from other companies. Plus, Dan has been great and patient with helping to pick the right spec choices for each application. My early cars were great on the street and track, but now I get to really enjoy the Diffsonline LSDs for triple duty: Street, track and real weather I didn't get before moving out of SoCal (snow is a whole new world of fun).
Jonathan L.01/15/2015, 11:06
Picked up a transmission at Diffsonline today. That business never fails to amaze me! It shows what can be done when one approaches building a business with intelligence, diligence, and creativity. The American Dream is alive and well in Wilmington, MA. Always so fun. If Dan Fitzgerald wasn't so damned busy working I'd spend a lot more time there learning and BS'ing about race cars.
Thomas Rossi08/13/2014, 19:57
Having been away from home racing for 3 weeks now, there is plenty of work to be done to get the #03 DM car ready for the next race. ... Dan at Diffsonline has jumped through some serious hoops to provide a superb drivetrain. The race diff and new tranny I got from Diffsonline are awesome!
Mike Akard01/25/2013, 05:47
I guess we will have to say that the 4:27 gears work well, at the very least, won't we? I knew on Monday that the car would do better than my 1:03, but I never in my wildest dreams thought about a minute flat! Let alone a new track record!!!! But then, I was on the hillside watching--Andrew didn't do too bad in his 3rd club race, and first day in my car--maybe I should invite him back! Thanks for your part in getting me the set up that allowed the record to fall to Andrew.
Whitman Ball01/25/2013, 05:47
I wasn't originally going to do a new differential in my car just yet, but I'm really glad I did! A sneak peak into my diff before it was built, and the internals were beautifully polished. Comparing a stock, unpolished diff to a DiffsOnline polished diff, the difference in effort required to spin the input flange was incredible. The polished internals made everything so much smoother and easier to move. And after it was installed...the only word to describe it is "wow." The 3.46 ratio is a wonderful complement to my cammed M3, and seems to be the perfect ratio for this application. I'm still on snow tires, so it's hard to judge the increased traction of the 40% lockup, but it seems to be greatly improved and more predictable than stock. I pulled the ASC out long ago, but it seems even easier to drive in slick conditions now.
Corwyn M01/25/2013, 05:46
First off, I love my new LSD. Thanks to Dan from diffsonline.com for the great build. As for driving, the newfound acceleration on my 328is is great. No more low-torque lag around 2000rpm, now it has a much fuller powerband and is noticeably more ballsy. This is definitely the best mod I've done so far, as it has allowed me to actually use the horsepower my car has much more effectively. As for the limited slip part, I love it. I have always knew I was missing out by having an open diff. From driving other cars, I have always been a fan of the limited slip and I feel that it is the true way to appreciate a rear-wheel drive car. I'm amped on the fact that I have an LSD now. Can't wait to do some donuts! Anyone else running a 3.46 from diffsonline?