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Hi there !

Please help me to know for sure what kind of torque split system
I have in my new 2010 Forester XT E4AT , the trans.type is
TZ1B8LBZAA . Thanks !
 

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60% front / 40% rear...50/50 when needed. Is this what you mean?
 

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60% front / 40% rear...50/50 when needed. Is this what you mean?
Are you sure? I thought the AT's split it 50/50 in 1st and 2nd then 90/10(f/r) when cruising and adjusted if needed.
 

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Subaru.ca website said:
Forester models equipped with the 4-speed Automatic Transmission with SPORTSHIFT® use a multi-plate transfer clutch limited-slip centre differential. This allows the driver to choose from two fully automatic modes (Normal and Sport) and a manual-shift SPORTSHIFT® mode. The AWD system maintains a 60/40 torque split (front/rear) and automatically adjusts up to 50/50 split under hard acceleration or when conditions warrant.
Subaru.ca website said:
This slick-shifting 5-speed Manual Transmission (5MT) uses a viscous-coupling limited-slip centre differential. This system maintains a 50/50 torque split and incorporates Vehicle Dynamics Control in order to be the transmission of choice for those who crave maximum control and maximum driving pleasure.
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Hi there !

Please help me to know for sure what kind of torque split system
I have in my new 2010 Forester XT E4AT , the trans.type is
TZ1B8LBZAA . Thanks !
Thanks for ans , my dealers spec is that the 2,5XT/E4AT delivered
in Romania has VTD vith torque bias 45 front/ 55 rear but I am
not sure it is really in my car. Using the trans type ID ,maybe
somebody expert can help.:Banane35:
 

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Are you sure? I thought the AT's split it 50/50 in 1st and 2nd then 90/10(f/r) when cruising and adjusted if needed.
That was earlier versions of the AT, for 2009/10 (and maybe earlier?) the split is now 60/40 to 50/50. There has been a lot of discussion about this but as noted by E^vol Subaru Canada is showing the 60/40 number.
 

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thank you woody!!!! haha i said woody:woohoo:
i picked my user name for multiple reasons. the most relevant and civilized is that my forester is woodland green color. :biggrin:

(but i must admit the vulgar one applies too).
 
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