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Re: TORSEN CENTER - OPEN FRONT!!
I think that this is the key to sloving Boris' tricks. What does a fully
equipped type 44 car weigh in the US of A? I seem to recall the weights are
significant... Those boat anchor bumpers will not aid you in this depīt
until you visit the woods.
My A4 might seem like a light weight - no A/C, no rear p/w, no sunroof, no
leather, etc. Let's get clopser to solving this by getting some true
weights and weight distributions with driver and 1/2 tank of fuel...
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Date: 4. maaliskuuta 1998 06:02
Subject: Re: TORSEN CENTER - OPEN FRONT!!
>> a number of concerns to do with wheelbase,
>>polar moment, weight etc.
>> They all agreed that chassis
>>geometry and dynamics were an integral part of the driveability (as we all
>>do) but with similar drivetrains tested, the Urq and the 200q rally cars
>>behaved unlike expected. Somebody made a comment regarding static
>>assumptions based purely on wheelbase having been thrown out the window...
>this is something i have wanted to bring up for a while, but the
>discussion has been too noisy so far. the only btdt arguing against the
>boris affect are urq owners. one of these guys has to try his moves in
>a type 44 with torsen. until the same guy on the same track can test
>this it's apples and oranges. btw i'm sure the extra 30-40 lbs of
>bumper on each end of a us spec type 44 is not insignificant when