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    Is there any performance lsd for the G series?

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    yes. 80 supra and other some other 1/j/2j powered cars use g series. so basically every brand does a g series lsd. but its absolute over kill really. and also a costly conversion, as you will need to change the pcd on axles. or change to 5x114.3 at the front of the car to suit. the donor diffs are also rare/expensive.

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    The car i bought come with this conversion(Hilux diff) already and now looking out for G series lsd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YAZE View Post
    Just quickly. The KE70 wagon and sedan, both having the borg warner, are they the same bolt pattern? So an AE71 tailshaft will bolt up in my KE70 wagon?

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    No, Javal is wrong (rare).

    It will bolt up to your diff center yes, but the shaft from the gearbox is different. AE uses the T series gearbox and your KE wagon has a K series box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javal View Post

    Japanese Domestic Market (herein referred to as 'JDM') AE86 Sprinter (Kouki): T-Series (Kouki)

    Japanese Domestic Market (herein referred to as 'JDM') AE86 Sprinter (Zenki): T-Series (Zenki)


    Different versions of the 'T-Series'

    JDM 'Kouki' (late model) T-Series:

    Slightly thicker axles compared to Zenki / ADM t-series (1~1.5mm)

    Larger bearings compared to Zenki / ADM t-series

    Disc Brake only (reference required)

    1410mm Width

    Mounts will line up to any xE7x / AE86

    JDM 'Zenki'(early model) T-Series

    Slightly skinnier axles compared to Kouki T-series

    Smaller bearings compared to Kouki T-series

    Disc OR Drum brake (Disc and drum brake have slightly different housings)

    1410mm Width

    Mounts will line up to any xE7x / AE86


    if kouki axles are 1 - 1.5mm bigger than zenki, what is the thickness of zenki axles???

    or what are other ways of finding out if i have kouki or zenki

    (previous owner changed diffs and cant figure what i got in my 86)

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    zenki has same spline axels as s series and t 18 ra23, ra40 etc

    kouki i understand is bigger, but also a quick question..

    zenki disc rear end does it have double row axel/wheel bearings ?? none of the local t series do..
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    yes. all jdm ae86 disc brake diffs run that wheel bearing.

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    E / F / G series: LSD's Available from the factory, some aftermarket LSD's available

    can that please be edited. its possible people will read this and buy an e series under the impression you can get an lsd for them. which is not the case.

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    is the diff code anywhere on the diff itself?? Or only on the firewall?
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    only on the firewall... but you can tell by size and how many bolts and the lenght of the studs holding the centre in.. otherwise pull the centre out and measure the crownwheel diameter and number of teeth (sometimes stamped on the crownwheel eg: 39/10 ) and by the diametere you can tell what the code is
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