I'm guessing the AWD locost threads will eventually end up here as well? I'd really like to see the problem solved, and as someone with a lot of track time in an AWD turbo car, I have great personal appreciation for the the performance advantage AWD can provide. I appreciate the thought and effort being put into the idea, but I think the concept is still seeking practical solutions for a number of the challenges facing AWD in a locost application.Alright, I surrender .. Here are the links to every prior AWD / 4WD locost / middy thread I could find.
Listed in roughly the order they appeared on this forum. From as far back as 2005. Please make posting new threads with this information an offense punishable by being walloped up side the head with a clue bat. Or just delete / merge the new ones so we don't keep seeing the same ideas over & over.
I dug through 51 pages of "search" to help keep you newbies from first-post embarrassment like this
. So until there's a completed build log or two to reference, here are the "idea" links:4wd locost?fwd as awdAWD Locost (Non-7 stylings)twin engine four wheel drive?How about four wheel drive AWD Locost? Donor?List of longitudinal front engine, awd/4wd cars?I think I may have figured out AWD locostPotential AWD donor? Mercury Milanawd mid engine spider ideaAWD: Subaru based platform, NON-typicalAwd BecAnother AWD hopeful
Here are a couple information threads on differentials & the scoobie-doo gearbox. There are more (if you actually search), but these should get you started:BEC Front Diff Options...Clockwise rotating diffSubaru transaxles
Here are the AWD builds actually in progress: (let me know if I missed one)Project Widow Maker
Please don't be too discouraged by this post. I'm a huge fan of AWD and I like the idea of an AWD midi or locost. I own an Evo, so I get AWD performance. But please take a walk through what we've already discussed before starting a new thread about the topic.