speedracer.mark at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 14:07:42 PDT 2009
This can SO get out of hand.....
(I think) Torsens are never locked. Locked means 50/50 split, no matter
what. Both axles (or wheels) turn always in sync. With A Torsen this only
occurs when driving straight and level, and it's still not "locked," Does
that make sense?
There must be some good web site on this. But I'm going outside and drive
the Z06 to a cookout. It's far too nice outside (80+ degrees in upstate NY
in APRIL??) to think about Torsens.
And be aware... all of the old time listers will remember the Torsen
"thread" from hell.... which eventually got banned. =)
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 2:02 PM, Tony Hoffman <auditony at gmail.com> wrote:
> A TORSEN (TORque SENsing) differential only allows a certain amount of
> slippage, as the gears essentially slide from one side to the other.
> then, after that, it's essentially locked. At least, this is my
> understanding from the literature and pictures I have in my possesion.
> And, it would explain the driveline bind when on the gas at low
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