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RE: Dyno Testing Problem (coriolis effect?)

I don't know about the coriolis effect.... it may cause the car to go in
one direction (depending on your hemisphere) but not back and forth,
would it?

Stephane Livolsi
180 Yorston St
Williams Lake, BC, V2G 3Z1
ph 250-392-2637
fax 250-392-2693

'86 5KTQ stock (if you don't know what it means, you aren't in the club)

>From: 	quk@isham-research.demon.co.uk[SMTP:quk@isham-research.demon.co.uk]
>Sent: 	November 3, 1999 12:24 PM
>To: 	Audi_80@email.msn.com
>Cc: 	quattro@audifans.com
>Subject: 	Re: Dyno Testing Problem
>In message <003601bf260f$be186d20$4d695ed1@avangerb> "Alexander van Gerbig"
>>     I went to the garage prepared to do the new dyno emissions test.
>> Everything was fine, the mechanic got the car on the dyno, did all the
>> computer work, then they needed to center the front end on the dyno.  They
>> put the car in Drive and let the wheels spin under their own power.  The
>> slowly started to slide to the left so the mechanic applied the brakes.  He
>> let up on the brakes and the car wnadered back to the right side of the
>> dyno.  The car wandered from side to side twice.  What is the cause of
>The Coriolis effect.
> Phil Payne
> UK Audi quattro Owners Club
> Phone: 07785 302803   Fax: 0870 0883933