Here he is loaded up on a trailer at 1/2 track. Had to winch his car up on to a flatbed since it keep locking up. That would have been another 11sec pass if the car held together. Im not thinking its a transfer case or a tranny, judging from the sounds it makes im thinking driveshaft or left front halfshaft. I would have thought a t-case or tranny would have puke'd fluid onto the track.
It's really the only thing that makes sense to me. If it was the bell housing there would be fluid on the ground. Unless there's some failure mode I don't know about. Just think of Mjannusch, the fastest Spyder, he's killed a few t-cases with a stock unmodded 6 speed.
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