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- Apr 22, 2020
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- Piedras Gordas Panama
- 1997 Tahoe 2 door 4x4
- Retired software developer and heavy commercial design builder
YesThey have some beefy crossmembers to keep those composite wrapped motors from tearing apart the rear end.
My question is, would the super strong exoskeleton let them just plug the plaid motors into a Cybertruck without a lot of fuss?
All 1000ft. lbs. torque is picked up in shear at the frame, cum skateboard. Torsionally the exoskeleton resists axial transfer loads from the frame induced by the motors. Flex where the LF tire on traditional body-on-frame transfers, exoskeleton stops which means all that torque does work at the wheels.
Torque vectoring is above my technological age, so someone else can jump in to complete the mechanics.