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Old 24th August 2014, 07:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Full time 4wd??

just wanna know can the attesa system be modified to full time 4wd?
can it be done?
would like to do that for a track car and disable abs, anyone has done that?

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Old 24th August 2014, 08:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Erm, full time 4WD would be much slow around a track than the stock ATTESA.
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As above, but for winter driving it does make sence. there are a few attessa controllers out there, can't remember the names at the moment but a search should point you out.
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As above, but for winter driving it does make sence. there are a few attessa controllers out there, can't remember the names at the moment but a search should point you out.
The ATTESA has traction control so you do not need anything extra for winter driving.

The Grid Dancer can give full time 4WD but if you are tracking the car you will ned a transfer box cooler.
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the stock transfer plates wont take the torque to run full-time 4wd.
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So modified transfer plates are required to run 4wd full time? Where can these be obtained from?
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