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RE: Front Differential
If only one front wheel has traction, the other front wheel will spin
without some way of limiting it. Limited slip, Quaife, or Torsen could
do it, but with a locking or Torsen middle diff, and locking or Torsen
rear diff, the rears will supply the motive power.
From: AUDI GT [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, 10 July 1997 4:46 PM
Subject: Re: Front Differential
> Because turning a car with a locked front diff would 1)
require a LOT of
> steering effort and 2) would cause a LOT of understeer...
But if only one front wheel has traction?
Stas Ivanov (CTAC on IRC).