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Thu Nov 20 12:01:46 EST 2003


"&nbsp; 4.3 TORQUE SENSING + BRAKE TCS<BR>
As mentioned previously, Brake Traction Control Systems (BTCS) are capable o=
f providing both proportioning and limiting.&nbsp; So how can the Torque Sen=
sing Differential help?&nbsp; Since the Torque Sensing differential begins w=
orking *before* wheel spin occurs, the response of the system will be improv=
ed.&nbsp; Aslo, since much of the torque proportioning will be taken car of=20=
by the Torque Sensing differential, less brake effort (by BTCS) will be requ=
ired."<BR>
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There you go Mr Bucholz, very true.<BR>
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HTH<BR>
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Scott TB justusson<BR>
In a message dated 4/18/2003 11:09:20 AM Central Daylight Time, getur at optonl=
ine.net writes:<BR>
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I'm an unwashed illiterate so far as torsen and edl is concerned but from<BR=
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what little I can gather in this thread it looks like the edl would never<BR=
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come into play at all. The torsen would always kick in before the edl would<=
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detect spin. Are there cases where the torsen would allow spin?<BR>
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George Tur<BR>
91 V8<BR>
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