[torsen] Re: Torsen 3
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 8 13:08:35 EST 2004
Ahh, so there were running changes in the torsen diff itself? Was this in
the biasing ratio? It's hard for me to conceptualize what they could have
changed in the diff itself. Packaging, strength, other?
And i guess now that I think of it, the early audi quattro was torsen free
and that's why they opted for the full lockers? If that's the case, I would
have blown my whole torsen I argument out.
>You've got "Quattro X" and "Torsen X" confused.
>Quattro 1 , Quattro 2, Quattro 3, are all the different kinds of Audi's AWD
>systems over the years.
>Torsen is just the center differential used in Quattro 2+ (and rear diffs
>in Audi V8 models)
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> >>> "Derek Pulvino" <dbpulvino at hotmail.com> 22:02:03 07.01.2004 >>>
>Want to make sure I'm clear on this, but Torsen II was the version with the
>rear locking diff? IE 91 200? And then Torsen I is all around
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