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    Ok I'm building up a 1uz 86 and have got a f series diff but need to fit an LSD, is there one thats better than the others for drift work or that is suited to the touques the V8 will be making?

    Also if you can point me in the direction of where to buy these LSD's from (i have been looking and cant find any pages/shops to buy em form).

    I have searched this topic and have found whats out there i want to know what is best suited for my application and where i can source the LSD from.

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    TRD 2-way. I preach it like .. a preacher, but for good reason because they can't be beaten. They're strong as hell, are silent when you want them to be, and lock perfectly everytime you want it to oh and i think it's cheaper than any other brand LSD too (kazz, tomei, etc)

    Buy through jesse streeter or any of the other importers around (or sponsors on this site). Just FYI, they are only ~70,000Y on yahoo, so if anyone trying to sell you one says they're worth anymore, you're being taken for a ride.

    For an F-series diff you have quite a few options for centres (as toyota had so many F-diff cars), but the easiest one to get from japan is one to suit an "SXE10" (RS200 altezza).

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    why not just lock it?

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    Thanks 70XIN, ill have to hit jesse up to find me one, any one got a part number or something just so i can be sure that im getting the exact one i need.


    i want to build this car properly, welding the diff is to me a bit of a butchers way of doing things.

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    TRD LSD:

    http://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/136331888


    KAAZ LSD:

    http://page15.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/j...ion/t180279882


    CUSCO Type-RS

    http://page21.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/j81627805



    **Note, some (or all) of the LSD's don't come with the side bearings. These can be taken off your current diff's open centre, (or better yet) ordered new.

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    I have a TRD 2-way, and highly recommend it (RA60/1JZ with a MX23 F series diff).

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    g code is what they use over here in 1uz powered ae's try and find import x tv shows build up of one
    also the a1 turbos car runs a g code you can still get trd cusco etc lsd's for them and you wont have
    axle problems

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    i used a lsd in my sprinter with the t series the went to a wleded diff when i went to f series mainly because i cbf getting a lsd and it is by far better to drive welded!!
    AE86 THE BEST

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    well my new1 cost me $ 1200 Landed here from japan and if you buy it through yahoo .buy the time with std freight then shipped over here etc it all adds up .looking at buying through yahoo japan but it ended up more exrensive like 1360 with basic import tax and gst so went my way

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    This is what retail is for SXE10 LSD (2way) for :

    KAAZ - $1500
    CUSCO - $1630
    TOMEI - $1650
    TRD - Discontinued
    Last edited by sundee; 30th November 2010 at 09:13 PM.

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