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RE: No torsen for me thanks.
Sounds more like tires than torsen to me...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jay Rabe [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, March 02, 1998 3:14 PM
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> Subject: No torsen for me thanks.
> The torsen is a good idea if your drag racing a car and are battling
> with traction problems. I personally do not like torsens, but they
> good for some things. I was driving a 95 sport 90 quattro in snow. I
> gave the car a little gas around a corner (like my 4kq likes) and
> the $&!~ out of me, instead of a little oversteer or a little
> all 4 wheels lost traction (because of the gas) and thankfully no cars
> were parked in the road. No thanks, no torsen for me. I'd rather
> the knob if I get stuck. By the way I havent gotten stuck yet, just
> pulled it for 4wd doughnuts in the snow. I like being able to control
> my oversteer as anyone would. I cant see how anyone would like them
> you cant control the car. I havent driven my moms 98 A4 quattro in
> snow yet, but if it doesnt have a torsen and the EDL doesnt overwork
> like the same as the torsen I think it will be fun. Does anyone know
> why almost all new cars have almost no road feedback? I still love my
> 84 4kq.