I have the '08 Titan that has the throttle hesitation problem. I am taking it to the dealer for a checkup. The truck has 2200 miles on it. I have never been able to break the tires loose on straight dry pavement from a complete stop. When I WOT both back tires chirp and it lauches leaving two faint black streaks for about 25 feet or so. In wet weather it fish tails like crazy, proving both rear tires are spinning. Others on the forum say they can light up the tires from a dead stop. I looked at some YouTube Titan burnout videos and only the right rear tire was spinning (only one dark black mark from right rear). Did they go to a limited slip rear end on the '08? If so, is this why the truck can't do a burnout?