Electrocycle wrote: yes, if you use two controllers supplying the same current to the motors, the one with less load on it (outside wheel is trying to go faster) will increase in rpm.
If you're using DC motors, wiring them in series and running them from one controller will behave exactly like a normal open diff (no drive if you get a wheel in the air)
Running two series wound DC motors in parallel from one controller should also work ok - and will be a bit more like an LSD.
If you used two permanent magnet DC motors in parallel it'll act like a spool at anything above crawl speed due to back EMF.
Ok think I am starting to understand theory... but would turning slowly into a corner provide sufficient weight transfer to cause one motor to unload allowing higher RPM?
Also wouldn’t turning left load up the right side? I am just thinking about a truck sign showing a truck going around a sharp left hand corner, the signs always show it tipping to the right. If we want the outside wheel to be unloaded to allow it to rev higher it would seem to do the opposite.
How are Warp DC motors normally wound serial or parallel?