Originally Posted by flyboy1100
that actually makes sense because it has sensors/etc to determine where to send the power, so it would always be changing depending on throttle, speed, turns, etc etc etc.
Yeah but when you just take off at 20% throttle in fair weather conditions, nothing is slipping or will be slipping. The car isn't trying to continuously adjust torque split to keep that 20% throttle under control. It has to have a default it runs at until something happens (full throttle application, wheel slip, turn rate/yaw sensor mismatch...) Making constant adjustments for no reason would just cause premature wear.