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Hi,

This may have been covered before and I thought I understood the workings of the 4WD system on a GT-R.

My question is if you are going round a corner in a GT-R and you are using more than 10 degrees lock on the steering if you floor it is the GT-R in RWD mode or will it still transfer tourque to the front wheels too? I thought I read somewhere that the GT-R is only in 4WD mode when driving hard in a fairly straight line to give the best possible traction i.e. less than 10 degrees lock to prevent understeer..

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if you are turning and you floor it, it's RWD only. Its why so many people crash the GTR, thinking it'll pick up the peices if the tail steps out

get a Skylabs TSC from R32combat, for 4wd cornering ability

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I believe that's right for the ATTESA-ETS, but may be different for ATTESA-ETS Pro, which was used on the R32 racing cars (and on some later V-Spec models)... I thought that was more optimised for circuit work - there was some reference to it in the Australian article about the original AWD controller circuit design but I really can't remember the details.
 
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