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    Quote Originally Posted by slydar View Post
    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.
    what cars come with the diff your talking about?
    80's supras?
    because i need to find one thats 5 stud as your saying; as my ae's 5stud.

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    the lsd hemisphere makes no difference to how many wheels studs you have it doesnt even make any difference to the diff ratio your using, but im pretty sure all vehicles fitted with a g series are either 5 or 6 stud and all the models mentioned are also irs, which again makes no difference to your car
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    jsut thought id let you guys know


    KE70 + S series = ADM 86 or JDM 86 front half + ADM 86 rear half
    KE70 + T series = same as AE86 with T series

    this doesnt work with K motors. (or specifically K gearboxes, k40 or k50)

    you cannot join a front K gearbox tail shaft to a rear ae86 tailshaft (S or T). and the front 86 tailshaft wont fit into a K gearbox.

    86 tailshafts can be spit via a flange, but ke70 ones cant be. they can be split but its via the uni joint. so its different.

    believe me i tried it. luckily i tried the tail shaft before putting the diff in!
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    im just asking what diffs are 5 stud. never said anything bout the hemisphere or diff ratio

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    Quote Originally Posted by ke70dave View Post
    jsut thought id let you guys know


    KE70 + S series = ADM 86 or JDM 86 front half + ADM 86 rear half
    KE70 + T series = same as AE86 with T series

    this doesnt work with K motors. (or specifically K gearboxes, k40 or k50)

    you cannot join a front K gearbox tail shaft to a rear ae86 tailshaft (S or T). and the front 86 tailshaft wont fit into a K gearbox.

    86 tailshafts can be spit via a flange, but ke70 ones cant be. they can be split but its via the uni joint. so its different.

    believe me i tried it. luckily i tried the tail shaft before putting the diff in!
    what about ae71 tailshafts??
    Are they the same as adm ae86?
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    do kouki lsd's have 23/24 splines while zenki 22?

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    zenki and kouki axles/lsds have same amount of splines, its just the diamatre's are different

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerby86 View Post
    what about ae71 tailshafts??
    Are they the same as adm ae86?
    hmm im not really sure, i cant remember if it had a flange like a 86 one has.

    if i remember ill have a look under my car tomorrow.
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    can anyone tell me what ratio s-series diff came stock in adm ae86's?

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