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Old 29-Nov-2005, 08:17 PM
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jdm lsd itr tranny

how do i tell if it has a lsd?how do i tell if the lsd is a jdm 50/50 split?
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well all ITR tranny's have an LSD. When you look through the differential if there is a bar then its NOT and lsd tranny. If there is NO BAR then its a LSD tranny.
If its a JDM ITR tranny its got a LSD and 4.785 final drive.
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Originally posted by zeeman

If its a JDM ITR tranny its got a LSD and 4.785 final drive.
Only thre 98+ spec ones have the 4.785!

It should have LSD printed in black with tranny code printed on the front of the casing as well.
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Old 29-Nov-2005, 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by preludeking


Only thre 98+ spec ones have the 4.785!

It should have LSD printed in black with tranny code printed on the front of the casing as well.
can you tell me if these are gear driven lsd's like the quaife ones?
or are they clutch type lsd's???


also do you have any jdm gsr trannys with lsd in stock?

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ITR LSD's are helical (gear) type.
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You don't want clutch type LSD on road, your arms will thank you for not doing so.
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what's the diff betweent he clutch and gear type lsd?
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i was reading pasmag...the new edition,

they have a tech article about lsd's and they said itr lsd is clutch type, and i knew something didnt sound right

i guess the magazine is wrong
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Well, I am no expert, but clutch type needs rebuild and can go 1.5way or 2 way.

Mine is 1.5 clutch, I simply hate it when I drive around parking lots, and that's with PS.
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You don't want clutch type LSD on road, your arms will thank you for not doing so.
I have one on my car and the steering is firm as hell.
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Indeed, it is firm at low speed, when you want to turn. What I find is that if you want to make the LSD work at corners, you gotta give more throttle or else, you still gonna get that little "push" effect, otherwise known as understeer.

When you throttle, you feel the outter wheel will somehow regain power and traction and make the car steer back in the right path.
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