Rearend being replaced. Tec h tells me it doesn't have LSD? What's the straight story? Thanks for any help!
rabidus said:My '95 Lexus SC300 says: A/TM: AO3A/W58... My car was leaving two tire tracks everytime, but since I've lowered the car, it doesn't do it all the time now... Is this the weakest LSD Toyota has??? I took the lexus to Roebling Road race course and it handle really good on stock suspension(leaned alot though) and gave me reason to believe it had LSD, that and the burnouts... I have Tein Flex coilovers, I don't care about the burnouts as long as it still works on the track...
Before I lowered the car, I left two tire track everytime, now it only does sometimes... Accually I don't leave any tracks now, I need a clutch after 114,000 miles, I put the last 10,000 miles on it, a number of burnouts, drag strip and one track day(65 laps on 2.02 mile track, Roebling Rd raceway)...blur2ed said:No. you actually have an open diff. If the code has a C or a D, then you have an LSD. Its just that the stock diff in the W58 is so good, it will leave two tire marks in burn outs most of the time. Its not good enough to do it consistently, which is where LSD comes in. sorry to dissapoint but you dont have LSD.