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Old 07-23-2010, 02:38 AM   #24 (permalink)
brucey
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Arragonis: Oops. Didn't see your question. Yeah, it would have to force the motor to turn over too. I think anyway. I'm yet to see anyone actually do it this way so it's all pretty much theories right now.

Jerry: AC-12/ whatever controller comes with it.

Shadetree: Yup! It's possible, although I don't know how much my trans would like it. They're notoriously picky. I guess I could swap with a FWD trans but they are hard to find.

Here's a picture of the subaru AWD Set up:



The engine and transmission are located as if they were in a RWD car. The front differential, transmission, and rear transfer case are all a single unit. Then a regular drive shaft and rear differential (R160) to the back.
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