[Biturbos4] Wheel spin. (Torsen)
KBATPO at comcast.net
Sat Apr 16 21:19:40 EDT 2005
> well, here is your parts list:
> I put one of these in a FWD car before and it was fantastic.
> So, can anyone tell me why one would prefer the existing setup over adding
> a limited slip at least somewhere in the system? maybe just the rear?
> I've also already had a fixed caliper brake upgrade =)
>>Anyhow, somewhere Stasis or Audi or Quaiffe or ??? has done an engineering
>>study or even a mule. I'd help publish the SAE paper on the results! =)
I have two open diff-, EDL equipped Audis: the 1997 S6 and the 2004
Allroad. The Allroad has replaced the 1998 A4 which also had EDL and the
open diff in the back. All three although OK in the snow, are a far cry
from my previous Audis with real lockable differentials.
This past winter I finally replaced the EDL assisted open diff joke in
the back of my S6 with a Torsen diff off a wrecked V8 sourced as part of
the S-list group from Germany. The behaviour on snowy roads has changed
dramatically. I wish the V8 rear Torsen could be installed in the
Allroad as well... Alas, no such luck for us.
two turbo quattros
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