Originally Posted by nels0300
The manual transmission system is proactive in the sense that by default power is being transmitted to both front and rear equally.
How can any system predict a loss of traction before it happens? If the Subaru CVT system is that smart, I'm bringing it to Vegas in January for the Super Bowl.
50/50 front and rear isn't always the right ratio depending on the conditions so I'm not sure what you mean. It might make a good starting point if you are dealing with a reactive system though b/c it's in the middle of the range that you have to work over.
If I knew how that worked I would have invented it before Subaru did
If I were to guess however they could sense wheel speeds and/or use sensors (gyros, accelerometers, etc.) to see the loss of traction coming and adjust accordingly. It's not that far fetched.