Posted this on the AMS forums last week, but got no replies from anyone so I thought I'd post it here where it's a little more active I've been searching the web for a definitive answer on this but it seems as if some sims handle differential settings differently. So, I have a few questions as to how AMS handles the three diff settings... Diff Power: In short, the literature says that a higher percentage of diff power will lead to more on-throttle oversteer as the differential is locked more quickly during throttle application, however, I've often felt that in AMS, the higher you set the power percentage, the more diff slip there is, purely from the feedback that the car gives me. Does AMS actually simulate it this way? Or is this just all in my head, and it's actually the case that lower you set the Diff power percentage, the car will exhibit more on-throttle understeer? Diff Preload I'm still not entirely sure what this setting does? I've read up on it but I'm a total noob with technical things like this. Something to do with the smoothness of the transition between off-throttle and on-throttle car behaviour? As for diff coast, well I already know that one pretty easily so no issues there. If anyone with more technical knowledge than myself could please explain how AMS handles these settings it would be massively appreciated. *cough* Niels *cough* Cheers!