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RE: Torsen bites Performance Car
OH GOD, Oh God, Oh god, oh god, ohhhhhh...
> From: Matt & Jenai[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Reply To: Matt & Jenai
> Sent: Monday, April 20, 1998 10:45 AM
> To: Quattro List
> Subject: Torsen bites Performance Car
> As one who has been bitten, I offer the February 1998 Performance Car
> 50) as another possible reporting of the torsen bite. In a comparison
> between a fwd A6 and an A6q for 0-30mph acceleration on simulated ice
> article says "By contrast, the quattro dragged itself up to 30 mph
> ease. There were some unusual sensations as the drivetrain juggled
> torque, favouring the front and rear wheels in turn..."
> It seems to me that if this happens in a straight line, there is no
> it couldn't happen during a turn thereby causing US, OS, and US. I
> Scott was claiming that lower cf really brings out the bite. I'll
> leave it
> to the more technically inclined to explain the cause/physics.
> Matt Pfeffer - 89 200TQW