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Unlike a conventional plate-style limited slip differential, the Quaife ATB differential relies on gears rather than clutch plates for its operation. That means it is much smoother in operation.
The ATB differential never locks harshly with a set pre-load of wheel slip across the driven axle, like a conventional LSD. Rather, it automatically biases the torque away from the spinning wheel across the axle, to a constantly varying degree, and never locks.
The ATB differential has many benefits over a standard open differential, including maximising traction and minimizing wheelspin, eliminating torque steer and snatching in front wheel drive cars compared to conventional LSD units, and a maintenance-free design which retains the standard oil lubrication.
The ATB differential is proven in circuit and drag racing, rallying and road use, and is produced from Corus steel billets, and is CAD designed and CNC machined, then inspected to ISO 9001 standards.
With over 370 applications, the Quaife ATB Helical LSD differential is second to none. Accept no imitations!
Quaife ATB differentials are used by Ford, General Motors and Daimler-Chrysler as original equipment.
The Quaife ATB differential is also now subject to a lifetime warranty (subject to terms and conditions).
Please confirm your application using the attached technical drawing.
This version of the PowerkeyPro 2400 is specially pre-programmed to work with our Tesla Drive Unit kits. It also features custom laser etched key lenses for the specific functions provided by the Tesla Drive Unit software
EVTV has worked with Speedhut to develop a custom gage set for use in our Tesla Drive Unit that displays vehicle data received on the Controller Area Network or CAN bus.
This gage set uses standard J1979 CAN Parameter Identifiers or PIDS for speed, rpm, engine coolant temperature, fuel level and auxiliary voltage. But we have modified these gages to show Electric Vehicle State of Charge (SOC) on the fuel level indicator, inverter temperature on the engine coolant gage, and pack voltage on the aux 12v gage. The gages have been custom printed to show these values and we have scaled those values as appropriate. Additionally, we use the Tachometer for both RPM and AMPS as desired.
These gages can easily be adapted to any CAN based control system on any electric vehicle.