[torsen] Re: [urq] RE: Quattro handling - lockers rule
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Sun Apr 14 11:20:09 EDT 2002
<locker doesn't allow any speed differences between
the <axles, [true - glen] so the
<break away always before the rears.
Not sure I buy that last part though. If the centre
diff is locked there can be no slip unless or until
there is slip at the rear. Front slip Vs rear slip
will always be equal with a locked center diff and
regardles of the existing CF at either end, even if
the CF are different front Vs rear. That's the nature
and the beauty of the locker. 100% locked = 100%
consistent and preditctible.
-glen "Upon common theaters, indeed, the applause of the audience is of more importance to the actors than their own approbation. But upon the stage of life, while conscience claps, let the world hiss! On the contrary if conscience dissapproves, the loudest applause of the world are of little value."
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