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Old 04-05-2011, 12:31 PM   #11
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I'll agree that a harmonious use of electronic and mechanical systems can work well, possibly great. However, with open differentials and 'well tuned' electronic systems, it's still not going to be very good. With open diffs, I feel the best way to do things is to adjust your driving: trail brake deep into the turn, use discipline in throttle application on exit and carefully and smoothly unwind the wheel with increasing throttle application. I feel even a well tuned system (with open diffs) is going to make you turn better by slowing you down as opposed to a mechanical system which lets you turn better while keeping forward acceleration. But good points on the GP bikes.
Yeah, I completely agree with you. Also, I think a torque biasing differential will work better with the VDC, and result in less VDC interference. This conversation makes me wonder if the more liberal VDC mode from the STI can be flashed to the WRX control via a Cobb AP.

This all brings us back to the question...

What Torque Biasing LSD's are available for a 2011 WRX?
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