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i have a NA 1997 MKIV it's axle code is A05A which means it's non LSD.
i have bought a Torsen LSD from a second hand shop but i can't judge it's for the MKIV or for the MKIII and i don't know if it's for the MKIV is it for the TT or NA??
ok now in order:
the TT differential have bigger housing and different axles so we can't take the LSD and mount it in an NA.
so i need either of two solutions:
a NA LSD or auto TT (the same) and mount it in my existing differential. (recommended)
a compelete TT LSD conversion including axles. (not recommended due to low gear ratio).
P.S. The LSD i have bought came with very strange gear (41/11)
now my questions in order:
1) When toyota started to use the Torsen LSD for supras?? in which supra we can find Torsen??
2) If the MKIII came with Torsen LSD can we mount it in the MKIV NA housing??
3) What is the LSD in the pics attached?? and will it fit in my NA housing??



and here is the links in case pics didn't appear:
http://f.imagehost.org/view/0569/20090525052
http://f.imagehost.org/view/0778/20090525051
http://f.imagehost.org/view/0198/20090525049
 

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Both of my turbo mk3s had LSD rears.
 

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Any other opinions guys??
 

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that diff is a mkIV torson diff mkIII came with lsd but they are clutch type diffs. i bleeive dont qoute me but the 6spd diffs are the only ones that are torson diffs.
 

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I know that a NA MKIV or auto turbo came with Torsen too, anyway thanx alot man.
 
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