lol zero + zero sounds like my life :biglaugh:I have a rear LSD on my Q4 crosswagon and I can tell that ASR kicks in quite oftenly to kill fun when taking a turn sideways :devious:
On the other hand driving a FWD LSD deserves a bit of testing on a safe road, handling WILL be different when taking turns and having in mind the already responsive steering will complain and backfire a lot in your arms when LSD will lock. Take some time to practice before hitting it on public roads.
Just dont forget that when you have Torsen and bad grip (e.g. ice), zero multiplied with anything is zero.
Not quite. Behaviour is reversed from standard. Instead of default on, it's default off. If you want it on you can still switch it on with the button, the reverse of standard procedure....a thread around a while back where some people had re-wired the ASR to be always off cos they didnt like this, or at least thats what they were trying, not sure if they achieved it or not.