Lsd Transmission

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ericmugen

Junior Member
My friend buy a JDM GS-R motor and transmission but how i know if this transmission have LSD?
 

LIhybrid

Junior Member
You have to drop the tranny and check if theres an LSD in it, or try doing a burnout and if one wheel doesnt spin then you know theres no lsd.
 

asmallsol

Super Moderator
If it was an OE LSD then it will be stamped on the tranny. Also you can just lift the front end of that car up and if you spin one wheel and the other spins, then you have a LSD
 

bucketSol

Member
if you haven't installed the motor... just look at the holes on the tranny where the axles go into... if its gota LSD then you will NOT be able to see through to the other side... if you see rite through... in and out the other side... no LSD.
 

5genracer

Senior Member
Originally posted by bucketSol@Jan 7 2003, 09:03 PM
if you haven't installed the motor... just look at the holes on the tranny where the axles go into... if its gota LSD then you will NOT be able to see through to the other side... if you see rite through... in and out the other side... no LSD.

actually, if you can see all of the way through, then you have an lsd equipped tranny. If there is a "rod" in the tranny, no lsd.
 

ericmugen

Junior Member
I know that making a burnout I will know if the transmission have LSD but the transmission was not mounted.
 

SolReaver

Senior Member
Originally posted by asmallsol@Jan 7 2003, 08:52 PM
If it was an OE LSD then it will be stamped on the tranny. Also you can just lift the front end of that car up and if you spin one wheel and the other spins, then you have a LSD

Actually, it has to spin in the same direction, if it spins in the opposite direction, then you dont have LSD
 

Integra1990

Senior Member
on the topic of lsd's, will someone explain to me how they work? and y they r so good?
 

prawjEKt Cx

Senior Member
real limited slips will adjust what tires need how much of the power, like lets say your going straight each wheel will get 50/50, but lets say your going left, the left wheel doesn't need as much power as the right, so your power distribution will change too 40/60 lets just say.... that's the general idea... i'm not gonna get too in depth with it because i'm sure there are people on here that have done alot more reasearch on it and can explain it better.
 

puzzles

Junior Member
Originally posted by prawjEKt Cx@Jan 7 2003, 11:47 PM
real limited slips will adjust what tires need how much of the power, like lets say your going straight each wheel will get 50/50, but lets say your going left, the left wheel doesn't need as much power as the right, so your power distribution will change too 40/60 lets just say.... that's the general idea... i'm not gonna get too in depth with it because i'm sure there are people on here that have done alot more reasearch on it and can explain it better.

is lsd the best tranny out there and is there any for automatics or is there better one's for b16a automatics. :worthy:
 
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