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      04-26-2012, 06:15 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by spool twice View Post
whereas other systems that use an electronically controlled center differential (such as a Haldex-based system) are "re-active" which means it'll only actively transfer torque when wheelspin is sensed.
xDrive also uses yaw and accellerator position in it's determination of power distribution, not just varying degrees of traction.

HItting the DTC button feels pretty much as good as any mechanical system I've driven, including the EVO and Subaru systems.