Well here is my post pro-am results...
I got out there after working on the car until 5 am replacing the brakes, E brake, and a few other touches...
I only had 1 hour of sleep
Never the less, I went out and tried my best
I did some test runs on the car before swapping tires, and it was confirmed, that the Viscous Diff was basically running like an open diff - save for the fact that it liked to lock up randomly on me every once in a while...it wasn't very fun
I did what I could and with fresh tires, it helped my runs be more consistent
After a while, even with the diff situation, I was able to lay down some nice runs. But when it came time to compete, things didn't work out so well.
On my runs, I spun both times, it was upsetting - but a well learned result. The car has a long way to go and this was the first time I have ever driven her, the car already has a new diff being put in, and by the time the next event comes around, I will hopefully have my angle kit, my cage, and a bit more power
See you guys out there