Been on the STI Subarus and Lancer Evos from the early 2000s.RacingManiac wrote:They should only allow active diff if its available on the production vehicle, this way it'll let us in on the fun too...
Yes, but not on the Focus or whatnot...and also probably not the same system. I'd say let them use it if its a production based design.MadMatt wrote:Been on the STI Subarus and Lancer Evos from the early 2000s.RacingManiac wrote:They should only allow active diff if its available on the production vehicle, this way it'll let us in on the fun too...
Depends on the manufacturer, Ford used to use Xtrac, others I don't know.loukayne wrote:Does anyone know if the active differentials from the Gen. 1 and 2 cars were made by Xtrac, Sadev, etc. or we're they designed in house by the manufacture/teams?
Don't you mean 3bar pressure, because its already at 2.5bar max? Also, is the WRC homologation turbo the Garrett GTR2560R ?MadMatt wrote:To get back to the topic, what I would like to see:
- Active central diff, but a standard unit (the same for everybody), like with the turbochargers provided by Garrett
- Live telemetry for WRC+ users (if they can do it for F1, why not doing it for WRC at least in the power stage)
- Higher boost pressure to increase torque (2bar absolute would only be +0.5 but would already be nicer)
- Increase rally SS mileage to 400km minimum
- Choose 1 day per rally where there will be an endurance stage of 100km with points attribution the same as with a power stage (3, 2, 1 points for the fastest drivers)
I think individually these changes won't really make a big difference for the public, but allogether they will make the sport more entertaining for the public!
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