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In some, a single landscape stretched over both panels, and had the swells and torsions of a nude body.
The rear suspension loses some dynamism with a torsion beam setup replacing the multilink system to save weight, space and cost, and there will always be a whole lot of understeer in tight corners from a front-wheel-drive car.
Inside the vacuum, the researchers use a torsion balance attached to a calibrated spring to measure thrust.
The manual hatch comes standard with Chevrolet’s Cruze RS package which adds rear spoiler, body kit, RS lettering, fog lamps, a Watts link to help the rear torsion-beam axle and low-profile P225/40R18 all-season tires on aluminum wheels.
Handling in urban conditions seems identically competent in both the front-wheel and all-wheel drive versions, although the AWD models feature different rear suspension (independent, dual-arm multi-link versus a rigid torsion beam).
And the torsion-beam rear suspension is hard riding.
The heart of the clock is a titanium torsion pendulum that beats once every 10 seconds.
The shoe also has full-length BOOST with midfoot grooves with a stability plate for even more torsion control.
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TORSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of torsion for English Language Learners
: the twisting of something (such as a piece of metal)
medical Definition of torsion
- intestinal torsion
torsionalplay \ˈtȯr-shnəl, -shən-ᵊl\ adjective
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