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11-24-2014 11:15 PM
felixthecat Great. The torsen does make a difference= hence my sig= Introduce Mr Torsen to the mix.
11-24-2014 10:11 PM
sporadic The new Torsen diff. Not on the road yet, but I thought I would wrap up this thread with what I ultimately went with.


My new build thread <- link
06-12-2014 10:37 AM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by yachtmechanic View Post
If anyone still reads this thread - returned the PG yesterday, called everywhere, Ford Racing, Torsen - only unit available for MTX-75 now is Quaife
Great you returned that, I had to wait a bit for my torsen when I ordered it.
06-11-2014 10:24 AM
sporadic
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Originally Posted by yachtmechanic View Post
If anyone still reads this thread - returned the PG yesterday, called everywhere, Ford Racing, Torsen - only unit available for MTX-75 now is Quaife
Looks like the MFactory Helical diff is in stock. Comes up as $699+$34 in my cart.
06-11-2014 10:07 AM
yachtmechanic If anyone still reads this thread - returned the PG yesterday, called everywhere, Ford Racing, Torsen - only unit available for MTX-75 now is Quaife
06-10-2014 05:59 PM
rallyrs
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Originally Posted by sporadic View Post
Glad I could help. There is a Torsen, Kaaz, Quaife, and MFactory for the MTX-75.
Torsen (if available)
MFactory
Kaaz
Quaife

Good luck with the build!
There's one more diff for the MTX-75.
Albeit the most expensive..especially by the time you get it to the US!

Gripper diff:

http://davemacprops.co.uk/gripper.html




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06-10-2014 04:36 PM
sporadic
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Originally Posted by yachtmechanic View Post
You just saved me some grief - I have a PG sitting in box next to new Exedy stage 2 / flywheel ready to go in. I searched the PG and heard all this bad news.
I guess I'll have to send it back and wait another month till I can buy a Quaife

I can't find any other diff to fit a 2005 Focus SES 5 speed. Anyone ? Example Torsen says SVT 6 speed, Kaaz - nothing
Glad I could help. There is a Torsen, Kaaz, Quaife, and MFactory for the MTX-75.
Torsen (if available)
MFactory
Kaaz
Quaife

Good luck with the build!
06-10-2014 02:44 PM
yachtmechanic You just saved me some grief - I have a PG sitting in box next to new Exedy stage 2 / flywheel ready to go in. I searched the PG and heard all this bad news.
I guess I'll have to send it back and wait another month till I can buy a Quaife

I can't find any other diff to fit a 2005 Focus SES 5 speed. Anyone ? Example Torsen says SVT 6 speed, Kaaz - nothing
10-18-2012 10:58 PM
aboythatskates i know how to do it, i just dont know how much shim to put in behind the bearing rollers. i know i need to measure the space and then put in more shim, so that there is preload on the bearings
10-18-2012 09:44 PM
sporadic
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Well you sure helped a lot of people on this Focus Forum. Hope your new born does great, also the mom.
Thanks sir. That baby recently turned 4 in July and we had another since then who is now 3.
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