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Old 03-02-2011, 09:39 AM   #636
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Originally Posted by felixthecat View Post
Ford is going to use the revo-knuckle on the ST. Don't ecpect a brake-based, electronic "limited-slip" system on the ST. A hi-po car shoundn't use electronics to over come mechanical inefficiencies. Making torque steer go away=revo-knuckle. Speed3 is the poster child of evil torque steer in my mind. This has nothing to do w/ a transmission. It's all about putting all the power thru the front wheels. Punch up Revo-knuckle!!!!!!
Read much?? I asked for proof, you are just spouting stuff. Ford has not released anything stating that the ST will have revo-knuckle, they have only hinted at it having a mechanical diff as opposed to the electronic torque vectoring on base models. So basically they have stated it'll have an LSD similar to the speed3, not revo-knuckle.

Again, since you have a hard time reading:

WHERE IS YOUR PROOF.
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