[Biturbos4] Wheel spin.
northrup at crazybug.com
Wed Apr 13 11:25:30 EDT 2005
if you have ESP, I'd imagine that the "brake pressure" will be
automatically applied for you.... at least that's how it works in non-audi
As for me, i applied the brake pressure as Keman mentioned to get going.
It worked - but i was disapponted to note the open differential setup.
I installed a Quaife LSD in a previous front wheel drive vehicle, that
directed power to the wheel that had traction - it was quite a nice
On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Single Malt wrote:
> Does this apply to B5 models with ESP as well (does
> ESP imply EDL)?
> --- Keman <keman at interwolf.net> wrote:
> > The front and rear differentials are open, all you
> > had working in your
> > favor was the torsen center differential, since
> > there was more torque
> > required to spin the front wheels than the rear, and
> > the torsen will
> > multiply torque to that the side with the most
> > resistance.
> > The problem is, anything times zero, is still zero.
> Single Malt
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