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Old 07-10-2018, 08:24 AM
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OK, got a Quaife put in a 3.27 diff here is the reply on putting it in.

No problems fitting the Quaife LSD, only that the inside of the housing had to be ground a little bit so that you can get the LSD/crownwheel assembly back in. Any differential building shop should be comfortable with that inlcuding any Quaife dealers in the States.
What problems have they been having? I've heard of true-trac but don't really know what it is to be honest.
The only issue with ordering one for your 3.07 diff is knowing what Quaife part number you will need... I take it it's different to the one we've just done for you? We have about 20 variations of Quaife LSD for Mercedes models so I'm confident we'll have the right one!
Thanks, James
James works at KEVIN BIRD GARAGE (UK) who put in my LSD, they have shops in the USA. i should have it in a few weeks and will get it installed, i hope to get to Tail of the Dragon so I can see how it helps.
 
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:44 AM
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got sent a site that shows were they shaved the diff.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/hWjQNK4TUoabWdrHA
 
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Old 09-04-2018, 10:04 AM
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Put the Quaife in this past weekend, using Lucas Oil synthetic 75-90 oil WITHOUT the LSD additive as per James at Quiafe. I do not notice any new noise in the rear. in some curves around the neighbor hood pushing the car some, can feel some change in the rear under acceleration. i have a road racing friend who says the Quaife is highly regarded in the road circuits. I will try to make the next tract day at the Barber course for some instruction and see how she does with sticky tires (FireHawk 500,s), Koni's and the 30mm sway bar with the K&N springs.
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Old 09-04-2018, 10:57 AM
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Put the Quaife in this past weekend, using Lucas Oil synthetic 75-90 oil WITHOUT the LSD additive as per James at Quiafe. I do not notice any new noise in the rear. in some curves around the neighbor hood pushing the car some, can feel some change in the rear under acceleration. i have a road racing friend who says the Quaife is highly regarded in the road circuits. I will try to make the next tract day at the Barber course for some instruction and see how she does with sticky tires (FireHawk 500,s), Koni's and the 30mm sway bar with the K&N springs.
Dan
Let me know when you are going to Barber, I might tail you up and watch
 
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Old 09-04-2018, 12:52 PM
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Subscribed. Looking forward to your results.
 
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Keep us updated pease.
 
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