2005 Acura TL 6 M/T Review
Today we look at our friends dropped 2005 Acura TL with a 6 speed manual.
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G8 GT exhaust comparison
Start up and rev comparison of my G8 GT with Pypes Violators, and my
friends G8 GT with straight pipes.
Acura SH AWD is the best
this is the best video I have seen describing SH AWD, this is an amazing
system pioneered by honda, it makes the ordinary driver has a good control
of the car. Most of old racing school drivers know how to work with rear
wheel cars only, they do not seem to understand this system well or may
biased against it. Anyway this is the best system in the market
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2013 Acura TL Elite SH-AWD Review
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Нonda Legend SH-AWD, ice test.
SH-AWD Ice test. Lifting 30-35°. Last site 45°. Not to confuse to
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Acura TL-S short movie HD
photo credit: Iannick Lessard
this is a promo video shot in montreal, quebec, canada
car owner: kyle
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How SH-AWD works: Acura's AWD system explained
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Have you been wondering how the Acura SH-AWD system differs from other
"Haldex style" AWD systems? In this video I explain how Super Handling All
Wheel Drive differs from Audi's Quattro, BMW's x-Drive and the other
transverse AWD systems on the market.
Aside from the fact that Honda/Acura doesn't have a RWD drivetrain to
borrow, the benefit main benefit to a transverse engine layout is improved
"Super Handling All Wheel Drive" may not have been the best name for the
system, but it is arguably the best AWD system you can tack onto a
transverse FWD platform. The systems used by Infiniti, Lexus, Volvo,
Lincoln and just about everyone out there that had an AWD system tacked
onto a transaxle has no center differential. Instead the power flows from
the final gearset of the transmission to the front diff and the rear diff
via gears at a fixed 1:1 ratio. Between this gear arrangement and the rear
diff is a clutch pack that allows the car to connect, disconnect or have a
varied connection between the transmission and rear axles. When fully
connected the power is split 50/50 assuming all wheels have traction.
SH-AWD also uses the same arrangement but adds a unique differential unit
in the rear that does two things. First, it has a gearset to "speed up" the
rear wheels so that when they are connected, they spin 1.7% faster than the fronts. (The old RL used a
variable ratio system but it is no longer used.) Next it has a torque
vectoring unit that is capable of slitting power 100:0/0:100 left to right.
In a straight line, "overdriving" the rear wheels gives the MDX a more RWD
feel than otherwise possible and in corners the system is capable of
sending up to 70% of the power to the outside rear wheel helping the MDX's
cornering manners and masking the "plowing" tendencies normal in a front
heavy car. For 2014 Acura took this a step further and uses a system to
brake wheels selectively to improve neutral handling. This is beyond
stability control because the system is always active rather than active
only when things are going pear-shaped.