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Old 08-27-2013, 10:34 PM   #3
socal87
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Originally Posted by plumpzz View Post
You are correct. You can send 100% of available power, and since there is no center differential to control that, the most that can be sent is 50% of total torque.
Right. And since torque is the force applied, and power is work performed with the force applied, then TECHNICALLY 100% of power can go to the rear...if the front wheels have absolutely no traction. Still, all 4 wheels would be driven equally if the clutch pack were completely locked up. Shame, considering much fun can be had with a 70/30 rear split...

Yes, I've seen the APR MaxR drifting videos, but the GTI will step out the rear too...just not under throttle.
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