Perhaps I am underthinking it. If pulling the wheel toward you results in a negative toe angle then I totally understand the system. I was assuming the toe angle just went to 0 degrees. In this case, the inner and outer edge can be heated separately as Big Tea has mentioned.dans79 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 12, 2020 9:04 pm
I think you might be looking at it a little to simply. The underlying tech allows the drivers to adjust toe on the fly. I'd be willing to bet that range of adjustment and the stop locations are all adjustable. By that I mean On one track total range of movement might be 2 degrees and on another it might be 6. On one track the stops might be at +4 and 0 degrees, at another it might be +2 and -2. Several factors are going to go into determining how DAS is configured, and it's going to be tire allocation, track, and weather dependent. Probability of a safety car is probably considered as well. You also need to keep the Ackerman in mind as well.
Alright, thanks all. I'll drop this topic now