2-wheel Drive Light Indicator
porter_t_dog at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 7 12:32:06 EST 2006
Thanks for the reply- sounds like a good setup. Mebbe in another 150k
I'll need to replace my 4kq, lol!
OT: Recently I had the chance to thrash this car on a twisty snow
covered roads with some quattro-newbies. Diffs locked and fitted with Hakk
II's, my '87 ebay-special 4kq *stunned* my passengers. Enter hot, a little
lift to start rotation, then floor it and come sliding out in a
perfectly-controlled (if lurid!) drift to straight, accelerating the whole
time. I think the 4kq could be the best snow car of all time. I sometimes
think of swapping out to something newer, quieter, and a little less
cantankerous, but then winter comes and I'm in love again. :)
>From: Taka Mizutani <t44tqtro at gmail.com>
>To: Robert M <porter_t_dog at hotmail.com>
>CC: ekellock at gmail.com, quattro at audifans.com
>Subject: Re: 2-wheel Drive Light Indicator
>Date: Sat, 7 Jan 2006 12:29:00 -0500
>The automatic transmission Subarus have a computer controlled center diff.
>The manual transmission cars have a Torsen (IIRC).
>The VCs went away completely- I think '03 or '04 manual transmission
>were the last with VC, as were '04 manual transmission Legacys.
>The old VC diff cars were 100 FWD until the VC started locking up.
>On 1/7/06, Robert M <porter_t_dog at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > How is this controlled in the non-STi Subarii? I thought they were
> > viscous center and rear and would thereby vary continuously....
> > >From: Taka Mizutani <t44tqtro at gmail.com>
> > >Just to clarify-
> > >Subarus are now 50/50 as well, except for the STi, which is now 45/55
> > F/R,
> > >previous STi
> > >models were 35/65.
> > >
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