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Old 11-23-13, 06:17 AM   #91
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maybe i over shot at 5 but its defiantly 4k. when i quoted this job the unit is about 3 now i see its 2500, the new bearings from lex are four hundred and then you have 10-13 hours of labor roughly according to the two shops who quoted me out before i picked up a used torson and depending who does it you have have shipping costs..

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maybe i over shot at 5 but its defiantly 4k. when i quoted this job the unit is about 3 now i see its 2500, the new bearings from lex are four hundred and then you have 10-13 hours of labor roughly according to the two shops who quoted me out before i picked up a used torson and depending who does it you have have shipping costs..
with the right tools the bearings and shims are reused. No pinion shimming required typically. Its an 8-10 hour job I would say if you have the tools and new shaft seals. the process on the rear removal I would simplify to unbolting the rear LCA and using the hub as the slide hammer to pop out the axle.
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Sorry to bump this thread but I would like to double check the 2010+ differential part number.
41110-53291 is the correct part number that also replaced 41110-53290?

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^^^^A Google Search produced this:

http://www.partsdiscounters.com/lexus/is-f/4111053291

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I need this in my life soon!!!
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Whats the part number for the seals? Thanks
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Are the seals required for swap?
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Are the seals required for swap?
EDIT: if you are just swapping its is possible to reuse the seals. If installing just the diff unit, then new seals are required.
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Many of the auto equipped TT MkIVs came with open diffs. We had a big discussion about it on the MkIV email list about 14 years ago or so.

No, the Supra diff won't bolt in without some mods. I put both cars up on stands and ran a tape measure from one to the other and found out the MkIV unit would not work as a straight swap. Besides, the axle mounts are quite different.
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http://www.supra-2urgse.com/?tag=is-f-torsen-lsd
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And despite all of this, I would swap out the Torsen in my Supra for the OS Giken. It really is that much better.
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Does your OS make a bunch of noise? I'm worried about that.
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Does your OS make a bunch of noise? I'm worried about that.
None. It does introduce a very small whine when on neutral throttle, but if you have music playing you'll never hear it. I only notice it because I don't normally have anything making sound in the car but the car itself.
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And despite all of this, I would swap out the Torsen in my Supra for the OS Giken. It really is that much better.
I agree. After driving yours I noticed a definite difference while turning under power.
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None. It does introduce a very small whine when on neutral throttle, but if you have music playing you'll never hear it. I only notice it because I don't normally have anything making sound in the car but the car itself.
I doubt I would ever hear it in my IS-F.
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Newb question regarding the open '08 & '09 to Torsen 10+ differential carrier

A) Is all that is needed is the 2010+ differential carrier to do the swap?
B) Drive shaft is the same? (length, mounting/hardware)
C) Side shafts are reused and fit into the 2010+ differential?
D) Does NOT affect traction control or any electronics?
E) Any pics of the 08 09 open differential carrier vs the '10+ carrier? (would like to know visual differences when going to a wreckers to identify the Torsen)

F) qty 2 new seals and Differential fluid (assuming all that is needed is the '10+ Differential Carrier assembly)

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