Why does the LSD differential make the difference? ?
One of the elements of the kinematic chain that brings the motion to the wheels.
This is the element that serves to bring the motion to the gearbox.
of torque between the two wheels. The differential consists of a cage inside which two gears called satellites, in turn, are connected
to the wheels of the wheels to the wheels of the wheels to the wheels.
Until it stops completely, while the first turns completely empty. for
to avoid this phenomenon, to prevent self-locking differentials
LSD comes into play. Generally these are also based on a friction system, e
can be 3-way intervention:
-1 Way when the differential action occurs only in acceleration, remaining open in deceleration.
-1.5 Streets where the action in deceleration is less than in acceleration.
-2 Ways when a locking action is envisaged even in deceleration in equal measure
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