Originally Posted by Tim@NCTSLLC
I don't think so, it seems perfectly happy. On these, the torque management is primarily controlled via ABS and application of the brakes. If things really get out of hand, and the system sees yaw and pitch as in a slide, then it will apply throttle body control to kill power in the engine.
Torque mangement does not have anything to do with the actual transfer case operation.
Funny you mention the front drive shaft, on the SRT-8 Cherokee, many were pulling the front driveshaft for dyno testing, and the switch for the so called "2 wheel drive mod", and it has been shown not to be the bast thing for the T-Case as it leaves it with uneven loading and can really mess it up if left that way for any lenght of time.
I'm sorry to disagree with you mate
What you're describing above is traction and stability control, not
Do you think you've simply totally disabled traction control, as opposed to torque management?
Torque Management is there to protect the drivetrain, not to simply stop wheels slipping (traction control) or to defend understeer/oversteer/rolling (stability control and anti-roll mitigation).
Their tasks are very different.