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WTB: LSD for 94


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#1
fat_knight

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Does anyone have a torsen or rx7 non-turbo LSD for a 94 they'd be willing to part with?



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__clu

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Looking for a specific ratio?



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kwitt

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fat_knight was posting for me.  I don't care a ton about the ratio honestly.  I think I'd prefer the 4.1:1 that goes with my 5 speed, but I'll take what I can get.

 

I mostly just want to get back to the track!



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__clu

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fat_knight was posting for me.  I don't care a ton about the ratio honestly.  I think I'd prefer the 4.1:1 that goes with my 5 speed, but I'll take what I can get.

 

I mostly just want to get back to the track!

Could you PM me with your budget, I have someone I could put you in contact with



#5
kwitt

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Thanks man! Sent

#6
cabowabo

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Keep an eye out for torsen equipped cars at places like wrench a part. Bout the cheapest you'll pick one up, otherwise expect to pay something like $600+. If you happen to pickup a ratio you don't want (say, 3.9) or a torsen in the wrong carrier, swapping the torsen over to your current carrier/ring gear isn't terribly difficult since the pinion is already setup. You just swap the ring gear over, plop it in, set backlash/preload and you're on your way. If you get lucky and find a 4.3 I'd slap that in, shorter gearing helps in 5 speeds (assuming still naturally aspirated).



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V6Donut

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i have a torsen LSD from an S2000