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Old 10-14-2000, 01:04 AM   #1
samurai
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Post Front LSD ? Is it a direct bolt on??

Hi guys! I had a question about the front LSD that Sti sells. Is it a direct bolt on to our 2.5RS?

I guess I'll mod first things first and start with the Sti/Spt short throw shifter I just got in the mail!

Anyways, I'd appreciate it if somebody had an answer to my question.

Tim
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Old 10-14-2000, 02:00 AM   #2
Joel Gat, 1.8L
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Hello,

The WRX front diffs do fit the US tranny. However, you need to change a couple things, including the stub axles, according to Trey. Now, "bolt-on" is another question... If tearing apart a transmission is "bolt-on" then you are a vastly superior mechanic than I am I consider tearing the tranny apart about the biggest pain in the butt thing you can do on a car, second to rebuilding an engine, which I just recently finished and will likely never tackle again... the time it took me, I could have paid someone and then made the money up working and still had time to spare

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Old 10-15-2000, 09:35 AM   #3
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I would not install a clutch-type mechanical LSD in the front unless you spend a lot of time offroad. A better choice would be a Quaife (torsen). Quaife would also be a good choice for the rear diff, again unless you are rallying. I get the feeling most of us are the tarmac sort.
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