Hi all, wondering how the motor configuration is affecting the feeling when carving. I see many straightliners out there, and I’d be more of the constant carving type.
On my van, the diff lock in 4wd means that it just doesn’t want to turn if there is a good traction on the road. It doesn’t turn and there’s lots of strain on the mechanics. Isn’t that the same on a 4wd or even a dual drive board, since the driving wheels are spinning at a same rpm? How does that even work in the turns?
Isn’t a single drive the closest feeling to an unpowered board in the turns?