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Off the wall question for Audi 5000S

Old 06-25-2006, 04:29 AM
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Default Off the wall question for Audi 5000S

This mabey a goofy question. I was wondering if anyone has done or heard of anyone else putting a Torsen differential in an Audi 5000S, well a front wheel drive version. I know that they have them in the A4 through A8 quattros from 86 and mabey though 95 as the center diff. Well, I checked out the Torsen website, and they have a total of 4 different versoin of it. The T-3 being the latest and most compact. I was wondering if I could put one of these diff. in the front diff of the front wheel drive of my car. I was just currious to see if anyone has done this. If it is possible, I will cosider it a possible future upgrade. Thanks everyone advance who can help me.
Old 06-25-2006, 04:40 PM
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Default RE: Off the wall question for Audi 5000S

ye, I want one too
its hard here in NY during winter, I'm thinking to do a ESP system in front, so that It be easier to drive.
Old 06-29-2006, 12:43 AM
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Don't know if Torsen is compatible with the steering function, since in turns one wheel would be traveling faster and creating a torque split.
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