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Stilian Elenkov writes:
>I found a very interesting web page that talks about this in great
Well, interestingly not exactly correct. A torsen is locked all the time, it
doesn't 'lock' as the author claims. And it IS locked under braking, since
it's locked all the time. That author could use some of the information here,
if he wanted to see some inherent disadvantages to a torsen center diff.
He also doesn't address inherent chassis dynamics in a turn, for either
differential. So 'great detail' is a relative term. Jeff's webpage has
'great detail' on torsen diffs. And the 'great detail' in the pages you
reference might make 'great' an oxymoron.