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RE: A New Look at Torsens
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> "Lewis, Gary M" writes:
> > Any comments like "Well, those yanks are wanks and can't drive", or
> > Ferrinners don't toss them cars around corners like us Murricans", will
> > be considered seriously. Formula One and Indy certainly proves
> > drive as good or better than Yanks...
> I don't think we'd go to that level. That said, though, there _are_
> serious differences in road surfaces between, e.g., Germany and the UK.
> Both are normally pretty smooth, but their interaction with the tyres
> seems very different.
> The most promising opening I know of at present is the specification of
> the alignment job itself, _NOT_ the actual numbers used. Hints have
> suggested it's a 'less than one hour' job for US dealers, whereas Audi
> in Europe allows two hours and BR Motorsport frequently take three.
Here is # 1.
1. Possible differences in the specification of the alignment job itself,
_NOT_ the actual numbers used. Hints have suggested it's a 'less than one
hour' job for US dealers, whereas Audi in Europe allows two hours and BR
Motorsport frequently take three.
Keep them coming. I'll try to compile this list as it grows. Perhaps this
is the way to get to the bottom of this, 'cause the way we've been going