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Re: off-throttle torsen action

In a message dated 98-05-06 20:48:36 EDT, you write:

<< Although I've misplaced your post, I recall that you recently stated
 something to the qlist to the effect that with the throttle closed, the
 torsen differential is freewheeling and equivalent to an open differential.
No.  A torsen is NOT a freewheeling diff.  It has a BR when off throttle.  The
point is, and this is with any locking diff, when Trg is reduced (off
throttle), BR is hardly an issue.  Try left foot braking while foot on the gas
to understand my point here.  And yes your reference is correct.  You just
didn't get mine right