This isn’t a proper test. When the car is moving, there is force generated between the axles that makes the Wavetrac work. The no load condition they describe is lifting a wheel in a hard corner. This condition would still mean both wheels are at least turning and the Wavehub generates force, climbs the waves and adjusts the bias. With the car stationary on ice and one wheel motionless, that doesn’t happen but it’s not a real world scenario for 4C tuners.Well, if this is how it actually works, their advertising is a straight out lie, it does not work better than a gear driven LSD…(?) And what do you mean by Q2?
The Q2 system we have will brake the spinning wheel forcing the Wavetrac to bias. It should make the Wavetrac uniquely best suited to the 4C and other cars with ABS based diff biasing.