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ti at amb.org
Sun Apr 7 12:24:40 EDT 2002
Up to 66%/33%, which is 2:1. The 4:1 RS4 they refer to is up to 75%/25%.
01 S4 2.7 biturbo quattro
84 5000S 2.1 turbo
80 4000 2.0
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Mihnea Cotet writes:
> WTFH is that???? Since when a Tor$en provides 2:1 torque distribution??? Am
> I mad or what?
> At 09:22 7/04/2002 -0500, Rob Andrews wrote:
> >This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
> >[ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
> > >From stassis engineering....
> >Differential Tuning
> >Tuning the center differential provides one of the most significant
> >performance gains available to the Quattro owner. The standard torsen center
> >differential in the S4 and A4 provides a 2:1 torque distribution capability.
> >This enables the end of the car with traction (generally the rear) to
> >deliver twice the torque being delivered by the least tractive end of the
> >vehicle (generally the front). For high performance street cars, we
> >recommend a bias ratio of 4:1. This is the same bias ratio that Audi has
> >provided in the stock RS4 driveline.
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