|04-15-2011 01:14 AM|
I did just that recently
I see you are not from a snow state, so I guess I don't need to mention the increased control in the snow, but if you were, I would.
Lastly, If you decide to do it, do it at the same time you do your clutch. To change the diff, the trans needs to be out of the car. Doing it at the same time will save you install money.
|04-14-2011 08:04 PM|
|04-14-2011 07:30 PM|
|felixthecat||I have a Torsen on back order from Steve at Toulsey. All are on back order till June, WOW! I could use one that's for sure, If it's going to pull you out of the corner's better!|
|04-13-2011 08:07 PM|
|pasta||simple answer bolt on parts no need to waste big money put that money on supercharger|
|04-13-2011 08:04 PM|
Lets see if we can bring this thread back from the dead again in another 3 years.
Also on a side note... I love my Torsen.
|04-13-2011 10:37 AM|
|MillerSVT||I installed a Torsen in mine. love it, works great, installed smoothly. there's a youtube video someone made on how to isntall it.|
|04-13-2011 12:20 AM|
|BRUNOSVT||definitely good upgrade i got the torsen lsd on mine it delivers the torque really good in corners|
|04-13-2011 12:16 AM|
|CaysE||I'm nitpicking (kind of), but these differentials aren't technically "limited slip"... they're automatic torque biasing (ATB) diffs. That "LSD" moniker gets tossed around a lot when it really shouldn't be.|
|04-12-2011 11:00 PM|
TECHNICALLY, the S2000 started as a 2.0L engine, as it was acclaimed by many to be the highest output per liter of any motor out (at that time). 2.0L made 240bhp, or appx 120bhp per liter. When the S2000 got a minor face lift, in 2004, it recieved a 2.2L engine, cranking the same 240bhp.
I didn't agree with you at all on your reply, so I did check wikipedia. It confirms my response. They certainly didn't change the name to S2200.
As for OP, having driven a SVT with LSD, I loved it. If and when I ever have the cash, I will most certainly be installing a LSD. Probably when I do the lightweight fly and stage something clutch....
|04-12-2011 10:31 PM|
Just to throw more off-topic in here, technically N2O is still n/a. The term itself "naturally aspirated" means the air isn't being forced in by anything other than the pistons.
Anyway back on topic: I really need an ATB diff now that I have the JRSC on the car.
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