Rear Wheels

Some articles on wheel, rear, rear wheels, wheels:

SH-AWD
... Super Handling-All Wheel Drive or SH-AWD is a full-time, fully automatic all-wheel drive traction and handling system designed and engineered by Honda Motor Company ... A world's first, the SH-AWD system combines front-rear torque distribution control with independently regulated torque distribution to the left and right rear wheels to freely distribute the optimum ... continuously distributed between front and rear wheels from 70% front/30% rear to 30% front/70% rear, with up to 100% of the rear power being distributed ...
SH-AWD - Implementation
... a 3.7L 300 hp VTEC V-6 (2009–2010) transverse mounted in the manner of a typical Honda front-wheel-drive car ... fiber reinforced drive shaft carries power to the rear differential unit ... Torque vectoring takes place in the rear differential which contains three planetary gear and clutch sets ...
SH-AWD - Function
... The engines are mated to a front-wheel-drive transaxle ... a center drive shaft that powers the rear differential unit ... The rear differential is a T-shaped device ...
Wheelchair - Types
... A basic manual wheelchair incorporates a seat, foot rests and four wheels two, caster wheels at the front and two large wheels at the back ... The two larger wheels in the back usually have handrims two metal or plastic circles approximately 3/4" thick ... The handrims have a diameter normally only slightly smaller than the wheels they are attached to ...
Cars In Miami Vice - Testarossa
... spins, the master cylinder was repositioned in the brake line to enable it to feed the rear wheels enabling the driver to lock the aft end on command, and ... the stunt master cylinder inlet port and compensating port and out the exhaust port to the rear wheels ... cylinder blocks off the compensating port to the exhaust port and pressurizes the rear brake system, cutting off the original brake master cylinder besides the compensating port in the stunt brake ...

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