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26 Re: Rear diff on 14th November 2014, 8:24 am


Cheers lads, I'm sure I'll be able to locate one of those but if you have any bob let me know.

@gtirnick wrote:i'm using the frontier one, with two left hand rear axles, works fine for me
nabbed it for 200 usd new in box.

two left rear axles from gti-r or frontier? Any other work needed. I'm sure I could work something out if pointed in the right direction.

27 Re: Rear diff on 14th November 2014, 8:53 am


two left rear from the gtir

28 Re: Rear diff on 17th November 2014, 3:21 am


set 5th fastest time of day on skinny 195/50/15's.. i really need to step up to a 245/40

1st s2000
2nd s2000
3rd ae86 with supra swap
4th ef civic
5th me

29 Re: Rear diff on 17th November 2014, 6:30 am


Looks good nick, I like the way you made the video aswell. Id get lost in all those cones Laughing

30 Re: Rear diff on 17th November 2014, 10:22 am


yeah I hate those coned curcuit's they are really confusing I would end up going the wrong way every time

car looks good though and pretty well set up mi8ck, well done fella thumbsup

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31 Re: Rear diff on 17th November 2014, 4:21 pm


yah at first when i started cones were confusing, but the vision skills you pick up and driving the car at the limit at lower speed and no risk allows you to truly push the car to its limits to learn it. its a great avenue for driver development. plus it teaches u to think quick, set up the cars for your next corner.

i've learnt more from this than a track day.. altho the speeds aren't as great, i find i push more as a track day wreck is a lot more expensive

32 Re: Rear diff on 29th June 2016, 9:29 pm


nismo front/centre/rear diffs are advertised in lots of places (mainly usa) but you can't get them any more. Nissan have said there are none in their stock or with distributors all around the world.

Some of the japanese aftermarket people might have some but hard to find.

cusco rear diff is available from nengun RS or MZ, they have a 6 week lead time:

for the RS you need 2 passenger side inner diff joints I think, it's slightly wider or slimmer than standard so you have the same on both sides. maybe for the MZ too i can't remember. it says in the instructions on the Cusco website.

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