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#21 gary_gnu

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Posted 08 February 2007 - 10:44 PM

FWD

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 09:11 AM

My vote goes to the Front-wheel drive. Car's easier to control over rough terrain, such as heavy snow.

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Posted 08 March 2007 - 04:37 PM

real sports performance cars are RWD

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 10:31 AM

real sports performance cars are RWD



I think from an engineering pov, rear better for supercars, most kasi are rwd with a few fwd like the audis and the carrera 4

#25 monsty

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Posted 10 March 2007 - 11:43 AM

fwd cars will be more efficient because power is transfered over a very short distance. engine to front wheels. rwd cars lose power cause driving force has to pas thru several mechanisms to get to the rear wheels. In 4wd's engine power passes thru two sets of gears to get to the tires. more areas for friction etc.

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Posted 11 March 2007 - 02:05 AM

mayroon kaya niticeable nuances between the 2?


Oh yes, quite. But only in the cars on the lower end of the price scale. Most fwd cars will tend to understeer (will want to continue going straight even after you have started to turn the wheel) when you power into a turn. I don't like the idea of having only two tires do all the work, i.e., propel the car while steering it, or stop a car while steering it. Your tires have a finite amount of friction/traction if you brake, you give up some traction for steering, if you accelerate the same thing happens. This is why you have torque steer in the cheaper fwd cars. If you gas it while on a curve, you will feel the wheel wanting to straighten up.

Unfotunately there are no rwd cheap cars anymore. The ones I could remember to be notable were the Mark I, Ford Escort Mexico with the 1.6 liter cast iron Kent engine fitted wwith twi Weber 40 DCOEs and the 1976 Mitsu Lancer they like to call the "L" type. RWDs tend to over steer under power in a corner. That is, the rear wheel can break traction and swing into the direction you are going and if you know what you are doing, you can actually steer the car with the accelerator pedal.

With all the electronic driver aids in the more upmarket cars, all of these disappear and create a car that is stupid-proof almost.

I still prefer all wheel drive. Now that is driving. Dependng on how you drive you can go from understeer to full oversteer and have a lot of fun in between.

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Posted 12 March 2007 - 06:38 AM

rwd its more fun

#28 Sakristan_Mayor

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 09:48 AM

May difference pala? :blink: Bakit hindi ko yata nararamdaman? Guys, care to explain further in layman's term? :unsure:

And is it true na mas magastos sa gasolina pag naka-4WD ka? Car ko kse lagi lang naka-set sa 2WD kse sabi nga mas magastos daw pag nilagay ko sa 4WD?


Ano muna car mo? some cars kasi di ni rerecommend na naka 4wd all the time. yun yung mga part time 4 wheel drive with a standard differential such as old vitaras and pajeros. 4wd drive lang kung slippery or needs more traction such as sand, rocks, snow( na wala naman dito).
kung equipped naman with lsd or limited slip differential puwede 4wd even on smooth hard surfaces like asphalt or concrete tarmac, mas may wear nga lang sa tires and of course mas malakas sa fuel.

#29 GT_Albert

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 02:12 PM

RWD is the best when it come with power,traction and Maneuverability. that is why almost or all of BMW engine layout are all RWD, BMW calls FWD as work of Satan according to a recent TG episode.

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Posted 15 March 2007 - 10:13 AM

RWD is the best when it come with power,traction and Maneuverability. that is why almost or all of BMW engine layout are all RWD, BMW calls FWD as work of Satan according to a recent TG episode.


part time.... hmmm meaning its a rwd car with an option to go 4wd usually with 4wd low for severe driving conditions (putik, bato, etc) and 4wd high for slippery surfaces. 4wd can be engaged either using a second shifter or a button in m odern cars. in general, if your car is a part time 4wd, keep it in two wheel drive unless mag o offroad ka. Happy driving, enjoy your new SUV :)

#31 manhivin

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 01:35 AM

RWD, more balanced ang kotse, if the engine is in front. Pero ako AWD talaga

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 03:12 PM

Nothing beats RWD.
Also like AWD.
:cool: :boo:

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 05:15 PM

part time.... hmmm meaning its a rwd car with an option to go 4wd usually with 4wd low for severe driving conditions (putik, bato, etc) and 4wd high for slippery surfaces. 4wd can be engaged either using a second shifter or a button in m odern cars. in general, if your car is a part time 4wd, keep it in two wheel drive unless mag o offroad ka. Happy driving, enjoy your new SUV :)



most common among these are configured to run on front wheels on normal conditions and four wheels when the need arises..

#34 Sakristan_Mayor

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Posted 19 March 2007 - 08:34 AM

Yeah there's a button nga para maging 4wd. Hey thanks for the info. ;)

Pansin ko pag matarik yun rampa, parang hirap makina ko pag hindi ko pinepress yun 4wd button. Tama ba yun napi-feel ko o imagination ko lang yun? :unsure:


tama naman na fe-feel mo, pero kadalasan kaya on 2wd, but better ang kapit pag 4wd. Happy driving!

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 01:43 PM

Batak!!!

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 10:15 PM

RWD.. no doubt.. sports cars are made for optimum performance, and they run on RWD.. :thumbsupsmiley: FWD cars are common because they are cheaper for production.. you can do lots of things with RWD the FWD can't do..

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 10:18 PM

rwd ... rwd ... rwd da best !!! :thumbsupsmiley:

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Posted 03 August 2007 - 12:47 AM

rwd or part time 4wd ok

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Posted 03 August 2007 - 02:04 PM

Mitsubishi Motors develops S-AWC vehicle dynamics control system
&
Twin Clutch SST automated manual transmission
Tokyo, July 10, 2007 
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has developed two new component
systems that are expected to feature in the new Lancer Evolution*, due to be launched this autumn.
S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) is an advanced vehicle dynamics control system that regulates
drive torque at each wheel. Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) is an automated manual
transmission that delivers slicker shifting through the gears while freeing the driver from the need to
operate the clutch.
In line with its corporate philosophy, Mitsubishi Motors strives to deliver a dynamic driving
experience while making advances to keep drivers safe. Twin Clutch SST and S-AWC do so by
making driving more intuitive. Both the systems work to efficiently distribute power appropriate to
road conditions, and deliver outstanding control and stability maintained by an “intelligent” system
that reads and reflects driver intent in real time.
S-AWC:
The system now adds an ASC*1 (Active Stability Control) feature to the ACD*2 (Active Center
Differential), AYC*3 (Active Yaw Control) and Sport ABS*4 (Sport Antilock Brake System)
components that have proven themselves in the Lancer Evolution series. Integrated system
management of these four components allows regulation of torque and braking force at each wheel.
S-AWC also now employs yaw rate feedback control. This allows the system to control each wheel
under a wide range of driving conditions, thus realizing vehicle behavior that faithfully reflects driver
inputs and allows drivers of all abilities to enjoy sporty motoring with confidence.
Twin Clutch SST:
MMC’s new automated manual transmission employs dual clutches to realize power transmission
efficiencies on a par with a normal manual gearbox while also allowing slick and swift shifting.
Allowing drivers of all abilities to shift rapidly up and down through the gears, Twin Clutch SST
delivers satisfying acceleration while also returning superior fuel mileage thanks to its
high-efficiency power transmission mechanism. The new transmission also features three
operating modes tailored to different situations: from around-town drivability to instant-response
and follow-the-line sporty motoring on the open road.
*1, *2, *3, *4: see following pages for details
No. 0627
S-AWC system

The PDF file contains more info.

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Edited by karim06, 03 August 2007 - 02:04 PM.


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Posted 04 August 2007 - 02:17 AM

for everyday driving... FWD
for sportier driving... RWD




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