mik at info.fundp.ac.be
Fri Oct 25 22:34:16 EDT 2002
The guy didn't remove any axle nor lock the center diff, he's spinning a
rear wheel and a front wheel as well, at some point it's pretty well
I dunno how just the rear or just the front can slip and what causes this
exactly but last winter I was doing the same on the snow in a huge parking
lot... and just the rear was spinning...
All I know is that a Tor$en car can't ever do this (they do much bigger
circles because all 4 wheels are spinning, or at least 1 front and 1 rear
wheel, which causes much larger circles and it sure is a lot less funny!
At 14:49 25/10/2002 -0400, Mike Sylvester wrote:
>Just looks like a lot of wheel spin to me.
>Basically, if the torque applied to the wheel is greater than the adhesion
>force of the tire, it will loose traction and spin. :)
>If you are asking the question, "Why does he not go into a 4 wheel drift and
>slide out of view?".
>Apparently he is getting enough spin in the front wheels that they don't
>drag him along.
>At first I thought that maybe he removed a front axle and locked the center
>diff, but you can see the left front wheel spinning.
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