That is exactly what I thought, there are...
three Torsen differentials out there. It just seems that this new Torsen T-3(Type C) is very close in design, function, and etc. to the Torvec Iso-Torque.
Torvec has maintained that "The functionality and mechanical essence of the Torsen® has remained virtually the same since its inception. In fact, Torvec used two Torsen® differentials in the FTV™, and testing revealed the need for design improvements. Torvec has taken this technology to the “next level” with its Iso-Torque™ differential."
Now that we are seeing the Torsen T-3 (Type C) out there in the market place, I was wondering if it was a Torsen T-3 (Type C) that was tested in the FTV which was the one that revealed that there was a need to implement design improvements.
I'm sure that there are very significant differences between the Iso-Torque and the Torsen T-3 (Type C), but it would be good to know the actual facts about that.
Can you tell us what the differences are?