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Old 01-10-2006, 12:47 AM   #1
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Exclamation How do i find match rear diff to this tranny?

here's pic of tranny with the code... let me know if i took pic of wrong code. and that rusty clutch will not be used. i got this with my swap. they gave me a 2.0 turbo motor set up for auto but gave me a manual tranny on the side. motor and tranny do not match up perfect but still work. MY99 has a open diff and i could not use this tranny and my99 tranny is now over 200k miles and i slippin out of 4th gear. but i cant use this without proper matching rear diff. i want ot upgrade to LSD anyway, i'm sick of open diff. If anyone has information that can help please let me know i'm thinking of KAZZ or Cusco LSD's but i dont know which to get like i said before.. thx for any info ^^

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Old 01-10-2006, 12:51 AM   #2
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Old 01-10-2006, 06:02 AM   #3
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buy a 4.11 diff with standard LSD from a 00/01 rs, or auto WRX.
how do you know you need a LSD? you hang out in the snow alot? its not that crucial for most setups
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Old 01-10-2006, 11:08 AM   #4
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TY752VB2DA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 from a BC5D RS/BF5D GT

its ooooold from a 89-93 jdm legacy turbo

it will need a usdm wrx clutch and fly wheel

where are you located i need a new tranny badly might be intersted in your old one
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buy a 4.11 diff with standard LSD from a 00/01 rs, or auto WRX.
how do you know you need a LSD? you hang out in the snow alot? its not that crucial for most setups

i need a diff... MY99 came stock with OPEN rear diff
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Old 01-11-2006, 10:50 AM   #6
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TY752VB2DA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 from a BC5D RS/BF5D GT

its ooooold from a 89-93 jdm legacy turbo

it will need a usdm wrx clutch and fly wheel

where are you located i need a new tranny badly might be intersted in your old one

i'm in southern California the place i got my motor and tranny was Nippon motors in Torrence, CA i think they ship but it might get pricy... i paid $1000.00 for motor and tranny and i got a LINK from outback motorsports

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Old 01-11-2006, 10:52 AM   #7
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buy a 4.11 diff with standard LSD from a 00/01 rs, or auto WRX.
how do you know you need a LSD? you hang out in the snow alot? its not that crucial for most setups

i get snow every time it rains on my mtn pass and i see where open diff lags me ... and every now and then i hit up the dry lake bed...
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proublem is you will need axels as well

look for a rear end from a wrx auto .. diff and axels .. i would guess ~350 ish from a yard
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So would that be a Diff from a R160 rear end or from a R180 rear end?
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arg. its common knowledge that everyone has r160. EVERYONE has the crappy small r160. rear diff is all compatible, its just a gear that turns. unless you have a GDB or a V4+ sti-RA CAR (not some random pull off parts from one), you have a R160.

you cant even find a 4.11 R180. dosnt exist oem in the subaru world (not saying it cannot be done or found).

saying you NEED a R180 for the average subaru is like telling a Z06 he needs more power...
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i just wanted to be sure still learning rear ends
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