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1Quaife Rear ATB Empty Quaife Rear ATB 12th February 2021, 8:50 am

Marcello

Marcello
Hi Everyone,



As the title suggests, I am currently in deep talks with Quaife to develop one of their quality Rear ATB LSDs for the GTI-R rear end.



They are open to the idea of a group buy!



However, they will require a sample LSD & both Drive Shafts to start the CAD Drawings along with an estimate price for the Unit.



As I am personally located in Australia & Quaife is located in the UK, is anyone from the club happy to assist here? I am more than happy to Pay for postage to send the samples to Quaife and also happy to pay the return of the item.



I feel this is a great opportunity for all GTI-R owners worldwide and to upgrade the ageing vLSD.



Any advice or suggestions are welcome.

Thanks

Marcello.

PS- I am also posting this request on another gtir forum.





2Quaife Rear ATB Empty Re: Quaife Rear ATB 12th February 2021, 5:48 pm

Zia


Would have thought you would enquire from modena they closer to you and do a rear gtir diff.

Zia

3Quaife Rear ATB Empty Re: Quaife Rear ATB 26th February 2021, 8:27 am

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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Was about to suggest the above what would quaife do different. Mind it would possibly be a advantage for uk buyers

4Quaife Rear ATB Empty Re: Quaife Rear ATB 1st March 2021, 5:58 pm

BabyGodzillaGTi-R


Just surprised why Quaife for the rear diff? Maybe i'm a bit biased towards a clutch pack style LSD.

And to my understand Modena Engineering does make a Torsen front diff and a clutch pack style LSD for the centre and rear diff.

Not saying Helical/ Quaife style is bad... it is just that i find they do not provide sufficient locking or more like the wheels still spins as long 1 wheel is in the air.

Maybe i'm also quite biased when i swapped out a Helical front diff to a Nismo front diff... the performance felt day and night.

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