I had started a thread about LSD's a few days ago, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on using a MK4 TT LSD, vs buying a Kaaz LSD that's actually FOR an SC300? Is there any benefits to doing either besides the fact the Kaaz costs a bit more?
I thought the Kaaz are about $900 and the eom MKIV TT LSD is in the range of $1,700. I'm talking new here. Are you comparing used MKIV lsd to a new Kaaz?
Yes, I'm talking used vs new Kaaz. I would never spend that kind of money on a new TT diff, but that's just me. I just wanted to hear why one would choose one over the other, besides money, and the Kaaz 2-way being a bit louder in a parking lot.
Well I drag/drift my soarer with a TT supra diff, and it does it's job day in and day out. I've hit 270km/h (or so) I ran 7.10 in the 1/8 and I can drift it. Not to mention I got the supra diff for $42.
+1 for supra diff
93 Soarer 1jz 5 spd, t04s, 720cc injectors, hks 50mm wastegate, HKS F-con Vpro tuned by C&Y tuning...too many other mods to list
Good stuff here! I know that the MKIV n/a lsd will bolt in and keep the same gear ratios, but will the TT auto lsd change the ratios?
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Supra twin turbo automatic torsen limited slip differential has been installed into my Lexus SC300 Rear differential housing. Everything feels butter smooth and the car is so much more stable when turning and braking now, it feels much safer and predictable to drive. When I accelerate or go WOT (wide open throttle), the car now goes straight instead of toqueing to the side and making the rear-end squirley.
There you have it folks! It works. There has been some confusion on this subject for quite a while. Great Job Dejacky. Now I know what else to add to my list of Mods.