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RE: Limited slip diffs

On Mon, 21 Jun 1999 03:05:21 -0400, George Selby wrote:
>Scott Justusson had written:
>>IME, in slow speeds the braking does affect the torque shift of a torsen,
>>center or otherwise.  I have also found that in a classic race turn 
>>applying the brakes during a torsen shift scenario, is far from comforting 
>>the driver instinct, and increases the chance that you will lose it all
>>together.  This would apply to all center limited slip differentials with
>>less than 100% locking.
>Apparently someone didn't read my original post.  Here I have reposted it, 
>because I have clearly explained how a torsen (TORque SENsing differential) 
>operates, as well as other limited slip devices, both under torque and 0 
>torque conditions.  The first paragraph explains a differential [ ... ]

George, you know not what you do. Repent and purify yourself  before
the T****N demons are loosed once again upon the face of the Earth.

DeWitt Harrison
Boulder, CO
88 5kcstq