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Old 06-21-2014, 12:20 AM   #76
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Of course the differential is not sealed.
It is the viscous coupling inside it that is sealed.

which is why they dont want or NEED any sort of LD fluid and what i posted above is ****ING CORRECT

and the n000b dont KNOW what the hell he is on about
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Old 06-21-2014, 12:24 AM   #77
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Uncle Scotty, you need to get yourself informed. I'm looking at the service manual for my newer Subaru, and it has an open rear differential, not a "viscous lsd". Actually, I'm not even seeing anything about a viscous lsd, only open rear diffs, in the Subaru Service Manual. Both of my modern Subarus have open rear differentials, not viscous lsd units. It is pretty obvious and can be seen and verified when changing the differential oil, and other ways.

My 2008 Subaru did have a LS differential, it was listed in the specs and discussed in the owner's manual, and the car behaved as it should for a car that had a LS rear differential. I drove on lots of snow and had plenty of opportunity to test it.



You see Uncle Scotty, modern vehicle dynamics control systems have no need for a differential with traction control capability. Hence, why LS, viscous, or whatever you want to believe haven't been around for a couple years. But my '08 Subaru did have an LS rear differential, as the specs for that year said the car had, and the Subaru Owner's Manual said the car had, and I verified the car had.

And these units are not sealed, they have fill and drain plugs, and instructions on how to change the oil. The LS differential on my '08 Subaru was not sealed, I changed the oil. It had drain and fill plugs.

Please don't tell me what my cars have or don't have, or what I can or can't do with my cars. I know more about my cars than you do.

cupcake.....you are one of those idiots that just make me cringe because you are the only one who thinks you know what the **** you are talking about



so sad

so MANY idiots out there ****ing up nice cars every day...thinking they know what the hell they are doing

and they DONT

and any REAL lsd unit is better than the winpy psudo electronic bull**** that subaru uses.....the evo system is bad ass....the subaru systems...OLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

garbage

but kiddie boiz readin the OWNERS MANUAL know best


my bloody bleeding ass hole


AND DONT E V E R THINK YOU GONNA SCHOOL ME, cupcake....aint NEVER gonna happen in this lifetime.


NO.
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So anyways... I put Mobil DELVAC 75W-90 in my 5MT and 6MT Subarus. Both the transmissions and the rear differentials. The rear diffs are open, no concern for LS.
The 6mt rear diff is not open. Stop spewing misinformation.

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You see Uncle Scotty, modern vehicle dynamics control systems have no need for a differential with traction control capability. Hence, why LS, viscous, or whatever you want to believe haven't been around for a couple years. But my '08 Subaru did have an LS rear differential, as the specs for that year said the car had, and the Subaru Owner's Manual said the car had, and I verified the car had.


Please don't tell me what my cars have or don't have, or what I can or can't do with my cars. I know more about my cars than you do.
Your ignorance is showing. It's amazing how some people can speak with such certainty and be completely wrong. You clearly don't know more about your cars since you thought the 6mt had an open diff. Please don't post anymore.
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modern vehicle dynamics control systems have no need for a differential with traction control capability
I'd say modern systems allow you to emulate much of what a rear LSD does via throttle control and brakes, but it's not the same thing. That's why higher performance models (for Subaru, the BRZ and STi) still use an actual LSD in the rear differential.
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Hence, why LS, viscous, or whatever you want to believe haven't been around for a couple years
Not true. (pretty much all Subaru's with a manual transmission and AWD have a viscous center LSD) and the STi has always had a rear LSD (even when they took it out of other models, like the regular WRX)
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And these units are not sealed, they have fill and drain plugs, and instructions on how to change the oil.
the limited slip unit is sealed for most of the Subaru rear and center LSDs. You still have to change the gear oil, but that's not what is used in the LSD unit itself. You also don't want to confuse a sealed LSD with a not-sealed LSD or with an open differential - they are different things. With the exception of the STi, pretty much all Subarus have an open front differential (except for the BRZ, for obvious reasons)
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I don't know about that...
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Well, I have a '12 Impreza 5MT with an open rear differential. And I have a '14 Legacy 6MT with an open rear differential. Note that I stated rear differential, NOT CENTER DIFFERENTIAL. The rear differential splits torque to the rear wheels, and the center differential splits torque to the front and rear axles.

Uncle Scotty, please provide the part number for this miraculous viscous LSD unit that you state is in the rear differentials of my cars. codesoccer and DrD, feel free to help your Uncle Scotty find that part number.

I'm still looking through the Subaru Service Manual and not seeing a viscous lsd in the REAR DIFFERENTIAL of my '12 Impreza and '14 Legacy. I see the CENTER DIFFERENTIAL for the transfer case (which is an integral part of the transmission), and it could be a sealed unit, no further exploded view is available for the CENTER DIFFERENTIAL.

Uncle Scotty, I'm looking forward to you providing the part numbers for these miraculous viscous lsd REAR DIFFERENTIAL units that you say are in my cars.

I'm waiting...

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So I'm reading the Subaru Service Manual for the 2012 Impreza...

For the 5MT, the REAR DIFFERENTIAL specifications are as follows:

Code: T2

Reduction Gear Ratio: 4.111

LSD: None


Hmmmmm... none.


Now to me, that means that the REAR DIFFERENTIAL does not have LS capability, so it must be an open differential.

And here's some more proof... I jacked the car up on one side so that the two wheels on the same side were off the ground. Then put the 5MT transmission in neutral. I then used my fingers to rotate the rear wheel and when I did, the front wheel also rotated. It was so very easy to rotate those wheels with just my fingers. If there was a viscous lsd in the rear differential, that would not have been possible.

Hey Unc, find those part numbers yet?
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So I'm reading the Subaru Service Manual for the 2012 Impreza...

For the 5MT, the REAR DIFFERENTIAL specifications are as follows:

Code: T2

Reduction Gear Ratio: 4.111

LSD: None


Hmmmmm... none.


Now to me, that means that the REAR DIFFERENTIAL does not have LS capability, so it must be an open differential.

And here's some more proof... I jacked the car up on one side so that the two wheels on the same side were off the ground. Then put the 5MT transmission in neutral. I then used my fingers to rotate the rear wheel and when I did, the front wheel also rotated. It was so very easy to rotate those wheels with just my fingers. If there was a viscous lsd in the rear differential, that would not have been possible.

Hey Unc, find those part numbers yet?
ow cupcake.....you really ARE one of those really SPECIAL kinds of idiots that come here and spout all sorts of stupid bull sh it out their asses

and im NOT gonna debate you OR school you in any of this

but you have JUST PROVEN MY PIOINT HERE with your above post

and then there is THIS kiddie stupidity here...

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My 2008 Subaru did have a LS differential, it was listed in the specs and discussed in the owner's manual, and the car behaved as it should for a car that had a LS rear differential. I drove on lots of snow and had plenty of opportunity to test it.
run along little boi...run along
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Uncle Scotty, you had a point? What was it?

The 2008 Subaru is an older Subaru, without the advanced vehicle stability control system, it had the LS REAR DIFFERENTIAL. I tested it. I jacked the car up on one side and tried to spin the rear wheel. It wouldn't spin because of the LS REAR DIFFERENTIAL. Driving that LS REAR DIFFERENTIAL on snow and ice was tricky... the rear of the car would break away rather easy. A characteristic of LS REAR DIFFERENTIALS.

Now my newer '12 and '14 Subarus have open REAR DIFFERENTIALS, which you say is wrong. You believe that all >'95 Subarus have a viscous REAR DIFFERENTIAL, which is what is wrong.

Find those part numbers yet for that viscous REAR DIFFERENTIAL that doesn't exist? LOL!!!

soccercode, DrD, help your Uncle Scotty find those phantom VISCOUS REAR DIFFERENTIAL part numbers that don't exist.


LOL!!!!!
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Hey Uncle Scotty... when there is a LSD REAR DIFFERENTIAL in a Subaru, I have seen that it is a Torsen type, not viscous.
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Hey Uncle Scotty... when there is a LSD REAR DIFFERENTIAL in a Subaru, I have seen that it is a Torsen type, not viscous.
Lol. A long time ago I used to wonder why Scotty posted the way he does. It's because of people like you. It's frustrating that there can be people as stupid as you out there.
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This right here is gold. 4 posts of useless information from you Scotty. Im not one to get on someone's bad side but d000000000ooooood whats wrong man? DrD called you out on not giving info and you freaked out.

Im guessing you feel like you need some type of payment/reward if someone asks you a question because you've put in +10 years of searching for information? Seems a bit strange you would wanna horde that info. I guess that's what makes people different.

I sifted through this thread and out of all 3 pages you(Scotty) didn't give ONE piece of helpful info.

Basically what i take away from this thread I could go buy Redline and it MIGHT work. I could go buy Motul and it MIGHT work. I could do a cocktail and it MIGHT work, etc. etc.

So what exactly are you getting at here? Pretty much every brand out there is a risk based on what you have said.

When this thread originally got started I admitted to not searching around first because i was in need of a quick answer but I'm glad this thread turned into what it did because it made me see just who people really are on this Subaru board.

Thanks for the show fellas its been a pleasure. Ill take Unabomer's advice and look at the Maint. FAQ for some fluid recommendations.

MODS you can lock this thread if you want to now. Its been on the front page for long enough. People don't need to see this it gives this website a bad rep if i were a first timer on here…...
Anyone who knows worth a damn has stopped listening to him. Most of his posts just revolve around "DOOOD I know XXX why dont you?!?"

Now Unabomber... always has great posts even if hes heard if for the 10000th time.

So scotty since you seem to know everything but dont bother to actually provide useful info anymore... why are you still here?
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all of this confusion...

AWDiesel you need to be specific about what car you're talking about. you are both going back and forth being vague, thinking you're arguing the same point, when you could be arguing different points.

you keep saying 2008 subaru. which one? the WRX? the Impreza? the STi? the Legacy? the 2008 Impreza's DID have an open rear diff, with an electronic (activates the brakes) "LSD" type TC/VSC setup. when it senses a wheel slipping, it clamps the brakes on that side, so the power goes to the other side. works great in the snow.

the STi had some models with a clutch/plate type rear LSD, some with torsen. I think some WRXs had a viscous unit, others are open. the only type of rear diff that needs LS fluids is the clutch plate types. which you don't have. so scotty is right in that sense.

you cant generalize by 5mt/6mt anymore either. the 2015 WRX (and i think 2010ish LGT) both have a 6mt that is not at all similar to the STi 6mt. they are more like the 5mt with an extra gear.

be specific, stop the nonsense.
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all of this confusion...

AWDiesel you need to be specific about what car you're talking about. you are both going back and forth being vague, thinking you're arguing the same point, when you could be arguing different points.

you keep saying 2008 subaru. which one? the WRX? the Impreza? the STi? the Legacy? the 2008 Impreza's DID have an open rear diff, with an electronic (activates the brakes) "LSD" type TC/VSC setup. when it senses a wheel slipping, it clamps the brakes on that side, so the power goes to the other side. works great in the snow.

the STi had some models with a clutch/plate type rear LSD, some with torsen. I think some WRXs had a viscous unit, others are open. the only type of rear diff that needs LS fluids is the clutch plate types. which you don't have. so scotty is right in that sense.

you cant generalize by 5mt/6mt anymore either. the 2015 WRX (and i think 2010ish LGT) both have a 6mt that is not at all similar to the STi 6mt. they are more like the 5mt with an extra gear.

be specific, stop the nonsense.

There's no point in trying to help someone when they make uneducated/ignorant remarks like this:

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You see Uncle Scotty, modern vehicle dynamics control systems have no need for a differential with traction control capability. Hence, why LS, viscous, or whatever you want to believe haven't been around for a couple years.

Please don't tell me what my cars have or don't have, or what I can or can't do with my cars. I know more about my cars than you do.
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further info.

look here: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2173258
open the PDF. which is a list of nearly every subaru trans specs ever (except newest models)

if you had an 08 outback sport (turbo), then you had a VISCOUS "LSD" rear differential.
bottom of page 5, R160, P/N 27020AA050

if you had the Legacy outback, then you likely had an open rear diff.
bottom-ish of page 7, no rear diff listed, but MY05-07 all used an open diff R160, so MY 08 likely did too.

at any rate, you do not ever need to use "LS" fluid unless you have a plated R180 diff from an STi (which you dont/didn't), or replaced your rear diff with an aftermarket plated diff (which you didn't). the viscous differential (which is located inside the rear diff case) is sealed.
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gsrcrxi, I was specific, a few posts above your post, here's an excerpt:

"Well, I have a '12 Impreza 5MT with an open rear differential. And I have a '14 Legacy 6MT with an open rear differential."

I'm stating what I have, and others clearly think they know more about the car than Subaru does. And earlier I posted about the '08 Subaru with the LS rear differential. It doesn't matter about stating specifics about the '08, since I already stated it had an LS rear differential, as proven by the Subaru specs. Again, this is not a discussion about vehicle equipment specs, it is about transmission oil.

I stated what I have pretty clearly. This is not a thread about vehicle equipment configurations.

This is a thread about transmission oil. Why people want to turn a conversation about transmission oil into a conversation about their own ignorance and lack of knowledge about vehicle equipment specifications is interesting since they repeatedly demonstrate they don't know much about either.

Uncle Scotty, DrD, codesoccer, I'm still waiting for the part numbers of that viscous Subaru LSD that is not in the REAR DIFFERENTIALS of my '12 5MT Impreza and '14 6MT Legacy. And is not available in either car.

That's all you have to provide.




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all of this confusion...

AWDiesel you need to be specific about what car you're talking about. you are both going back and forth being vague, thinking you're arguing the same point, when you could be arguing different points.

you keep saying 2008 subaru. which one? the WRX? the Impreza? the STi? the Legacy? the 2008 Impreza's DID have an open rear diff, with an electronic (activates the brakes) "LSD" type TC/VSC setup. when it senses a wheel slipping, it clamps the brakes on that side, so the power goes to the other side. works great in the snow.

the STi had some models with a clutch/plate type rear LSD, some with torsen. I think some WRXs had a viscous unit, others are open. the only type of rear diff that needs LS fluids is the clutch plate types. which you don't have. so scotty is right in that sense.

you cant generalize by 5mt/6mt anymore either. the 2015 WRX (and i think 2010ish LGT) both have a 6mt that is not at all similar to the STi 6mt. they are more like the 5mt with an extra gear.

be specific, stop the nonsense.
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So anyways... I have the DELVAC 75W-90 oil my '12 5MT Impreza and '14 6MT Legacy transmissions and OPEN REAR DIFFERENTIALS and all is good. Shifting is much nicer, especially downshifting. The slight edginess that was present with the OEM oil right before the synchros aligned is now gone. There is a nice cushioned feel right before the synchros align.

The OPEN REAR DIFFERENTIALS are really loving it!!!!
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I'm stating what I have, and others clearly think they know more about the car than Subaru does. And earlier I posted about the '08 Subaru with the LS rear differential. It doesn't matter about stating specifics about the '08, since I already stated it had an LS rear differential, as proven by the Subaru specs. Again, this is not a discussion about vehicle equipment specs, it is about transmission oil.

the bit that sparked this whole side topic is you using "LS" oil in a differential that did not need or benefit from it. THAT is the point that Scotty was making. so yes, its about oil.

if your 08 had an LSD, it was a SEALED VISCOUS diff that only needed regular oil. the only type of LSD that needs the LS additives are the plate type, which you did not have.

your whole argument is "The manual says i have an LSD, so i should put LS oil in it". and that is wrong, because youre making a blanket assumption without considering the different needs of different types of LSDs. i know you're reluctant to admit you were wrong, but jesus dude.
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gsrcxri,

Please see below, where dear Unc Scotty says no Subaru after 1995 has had anything but a viscous lsd unit in it. So was there a clutch-plate type LSD in the rear differential at some point? And does Unc Scotty mean to be also saying that all Subarus have some sort of LS rear differential, and that there are no OPEN REAR DIFFERENTIALS in Subarus at all? He was responding to my post where I stated I had open rear diffs in my '12 and '14. And especially after 1995? When did Subaru stop using the clutch-plate type LS in rear differentials?

Okay, so I put a gear oil with LS additives in a rear differential that had a LSD that did not need the LS additive package. OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!! <major effing sarcasm there> So my '08 OB had an LS rear differential, and I put in Mobil1, an oil with LS capability, in it. BFD. The specs for the car says it has a LS rear differential, so I used an oil with LS capability. Oh boy, what a tragedy. <again, major effing sarcasm> There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. I did consider that the rear differential might not need the LS oil, perhaps there was a diff such as the Torsen in the car, that does not need LS assistance, but I figured, why bother? Just put it in, no harm, no need of further consideration. Done.

But if you all want to make major issues of using LS oil when it is not needed, go right ahead.

Now if you want to talk about wrong, we can talk about these "cocktails" of mixing different brands of oils. These transmission oil "cocktails"... just silly. With all the warnings out there about mixing base stocks and additive packages, why some think they can flirt with disaster.


From codesoccer: "The 6mt rear diff is not open. Stop spewing misinformation."

The rear differential in my 6MT Legacy is open. And so is the rear differential in my '12 Impreza.



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since you have no idea what you are talking about

other than certain STi's, NO 'modern'--after 1995....subaru has had anything but a viscous lsd unit in it

these are SEALED units and do NOT want or need ANY 'LS' lube in them as it isnt wanted or needed

so...putting any 'LS' lube in any post 1995 subaru differential---other than select sti rear diffs....is a mistake

the DELVAC is good stuff if ya get the right one
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OK...THE OP IS A TOTAL IDIOT WHO IS JUST TRYING TO BACKPEDAL HERE


we are talking about rear ends THAT HAVE ANY SORT OF LSD UNIT IN THE AT FU CKING ALL
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And since this is a thread about recommended oil / rear differential oil, it should be noted that never should oils that would react together be mixed. Even oils from the same manufacturer can react. It has to do with chemistry. Some manufacturers publish lists of products that are safe to mix, and what products should not be mixed with others. Unless you have this list, or know the specific relevant chemistry of the oils you are mixing, it just isn't worth the risk.

Since it is not recommended by those that know better, why do it?
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d0000000000000d...you just dont know when to shut the **** UP do ya
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There are plenty of good oils out there. No need at all to mix oils and incur unnecessary risk.

Just do not mix them, use only one specific oil at a time. Follow the instructions of the vehicle manufacturer.


I've used Mobil1 75W-90 in my previous Subaru and other cars, even in other cars that did not have plate-clutch-type LS differentials, and Mobil DELVAC 75W-90 in my present '12 Impreza and '14 Legacy. The Impreza and Legacy transmissions are loving the DELVAC, especially the OPEN REAR DIFFERENTIALS.

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oh jesus h ****ing christ...what a fu cking idiot
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oh jesus h ****ing christ...what a fu cking idiot
Please leave him out of this. He died on the cross for your skins OK.........
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I prefer to mix chlorine and ammonia for my rear end.
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