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1951 Chrysler Imperial
"...One of the problems early hydraulic designs had was that the hydraulic assistance was constant, regardless of the speeds vehicles traveled at. As previously mentioned, the amount of assistance is considerably smaller at high speeds than at low speeds. The first manufactured that tried to change this was Citroen with the DIRAVI - DIRection A Rappel AsserVI – system, also known as Varipower. Maximum power was provided at low speeds and it was reduced as the velocity increased. The..." Continue Reading →
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