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I have to go, no time to get into details, check it out:
http://www.traction.eaton.com/prod3.htm
Looks like we might not have to wait for the diff from Saturn. I welcome any info on this subject. gotta go
 

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fool call quaife and buy yours. as soon as they get them in they will ship them out. I found that before thanksgiving.
 

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haunter said:
you do NOT want a POSI unless you never plan on turning under throttle
Why? It's limited slip, not a locking differential.
 

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Silv04RL said:
those are for RWD cars, i have one in my Formula.
It doesnt say that its only for rwd, and the application chart says it will fit gm cars.
 

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fool call quaife and buy yours. as soon as they get them in they will ship them out. I found that before thanksgiving.
Why is the quaife so much better, and when are they supposed to come in. This lsd is available now, and as far as i can tell it works the same way.
 

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Where does it say that it works with our transmission? It says nothing about Audi's...am I missing something here?
 

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thats not true. Torsen based are worst in no traction situations like ice or super soft sand. A torsen needs some resistance to work so if you on ice its going to act like a open diffy. Its the best in situations where some traction is available but not zero. So all you northerners that are looking for that reason, look some more.
 
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