||And it is really agressive, however my Z is primarily for the track so I don't mind a ton. If I were keeping my Z on the street I'd definitely be looking at a helical. I've built a few cars around helical diffs, and driven several OEMs and you can hardly tell they're there. They're great for RWD applications.
That said, if it weren't so much work, I'd consider trying to tune my diff, either disabling some plates, or adjusting the spring preload. I don't doubt that clutch diffs can be reasonable, just they're a lot more work to get there. BMWs used a lot of clutch diffs and you wouldn't know it, but they're also highly tuned.
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