Thanks goes out to Phil for getting me this pretty quickly.
If you couldn't tell by the pics, it the SCE Center LSD Differential.
I bought this because my VCU toasted after the axle stay bracket broke. I actually purchased another VCU, but I put some thought into it and instead of putting the crappy VCU back in, why not upgrade.
I am going to be installing it this week. Hopefully I won't need any extra shims for the preload. But I can't wait to get this in the car. Too bad I am installing a new clutch and will have to break it in before I get to test it out. I am still waiting to get my flywheel resurfaced, but after that, the tranny goes back in. Just thought I would share some pictures.
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Well, I wish someone posts some feedback too. I have sold quite a few of these already. They have proven to be everything that they were expected to be and more. The car corners like on rails. They make the car corner neutrally. Gone is the power-on understeer. Yet the car is very safe for handling, much safer than with the stock VCU.
The forward traction gets a huge increase too. They are even more effective in adding the forward traction that the front diffs because during acceleration there is always more available traction in the rear than in the front. I really love this product. This is probably the best thing that Supercar Engineering has come up with, right there with the big brake upgrades.
The car has been down for a bit while I waited on other parts. But the car is back up and running today. I have about another 500 or so miles on the new clutch break in and then I will give her a couple of launches. I also got a new SS x-fer case put on the car. So I am not going to be too afraid to launch it. I will let you know shortly.
He wasn't running the center diff in 2003 when the video was recorded. Is there another video which shows the car in action with the added diffs and other stuff?
I think someone shot a video of me at the NG'08 when I had the Center and the Front diffs, but I didn't see it posted. I ran an autocross 2 seconds faster than the next 3/S. I am not sure if there were any videos of me after that.
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