[s-cars] Worthy projects (was Alum..was UrS $)

Keith Maddock keith.maddock at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 11:48:50 EDT 2007

Someone else might remind that a torsen in a Audi is probably never
50/50 unless standing still. For normal driving, Torsen torque
distribution will always match the F/R weight distribution (assuming
same tire/surface friction coefficient F vs. R), up to the max bias
ratio of course...


PS Scott - I don't suggest you ever apply more than 2.25V (CAN-LOW) or
2.75V (CAN-HI) to a CAN bus , regardless of how much you want to
lockup the haldex.. :)

On 4/25/07, QSHIPQ at aol.com <QSHIPQ at aol.com> wrote:
> Torsen boy might remind you that the torsen is never in a steady 50/50
> natural state in a turn.  Regarding the application to the volvo Haldex,  it's a
> pretty easy mod to make haldex full time awd.  Much easier than a  Stasis Wide
> TBR mod actually, since it's just voltage applied to the CAN  bus.

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