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RE: FW: Bites of dead horses, last post for me
Well that sucks doesn't it? But in your response I detect an acknowledgement
of the existence of the aforementioned problem? :-)
By what mechanism is the torque bias adjusted with no center diff? Is this
purely a fixed function of the transmission? I recall (vaguely) that some of
these race cars had a thumb wheel on the shifter for adjusting the bias (or
was that an electric clutch?) If that is the case was the transmission a
race only part?
Is this the reason for Audi going on to the haldex system and its computer
control - the unpredictable nature of the torsen when at the limits of
From: Phil Payne [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 1999 3:55 AM
Subject: Re: FW: Bites of dead horses, last post for me
In message <> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> But the S1 fixed this problem - yes? How?
Most of the time with no centre differential at all.
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