Exactly. Just like rockcrawling. If you want to brake steer you have to disconnect the transfer case first. You will not be able to use a rear only handbrake while in 4wd.The drive train is all locked together when in 4x4. Think of a quad with independent brake levers. If you hammer the rear brakes hard enough you will lock up all 4 when in 4x4.
Sliding is rarely, if ever, the faster way around any track. You might have watched too many drifting movies . That said, it sure is fun.Im thinking that the ability to slide it going into the corners will allow me to come in hot and carry more speed in the corner by sliding in and dumping the handbrake while planting my right foot.
according to Can Am...it is not. But many many people (to include racers) have reported that they do it all the time without any issues. Just left of the throttle for a second while it engages and don't do it under a load such as climbing a steep hill etc.....so is the four wheel drive switchable on the fly or will it destroy the case?
HAHA! no I dont watch that many drifting movies, as a matter of fact none, but I have watched hours and hours of Colin Mcrae in car videos. And I stayed at a holiday inn last night!Sliding is rarely, if ever, the faster way around any track. You might have watched too many drifting movies . That said, it sure is fun.
I have not, but it looks fun. That actually would be great style to have a race series for a SXS class.Have you ever been to a sprint car race? Sideways is faster!!