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Old 01-21-2018, 12:43 PM   #1
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Plated LSD setup

I've got myself a Porsche / GKN LSD out of a 996. It is 25/65 I believe...or if not it is a conservative locking job.

Matt Monson of Guard Transmission advises that this is a good rate for a Boxster. They don't like too much locking....unlike the rear engined boys.

Does anyone have a plated diff in a Boxster and has had it built to there spec regarding preload and stack height.

My car is primarily street with some hard driven track in what you guys would call a higher group....I don't hang about..!
Car may well soon be 3.4 too and I get insidee wheel spin at times with the 3.2.

I don't want to add too much push/ understeer but I know that is one of the tradeoffs. I can maybe manage that with tyre/ sway bar/ technique.


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