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HJC_Celica Sep 3, 11:04pm - #265815 
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TRD LSD... and others

Does anyone know who makes the TRD LSD?? Also does anyone have one in their car? Or any other brand for that matter.. Quaife or Kaaz etc.
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KARacing Sep 4, 3:44am - #265816 

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I wouldnt buy any other brand for LSD except TRD

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unsceenTRD Sep 4, 4:13am - #265817 
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Ummm i am guessing TRD makes the TRD LSD just a hunch though i could be wrong wtf
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hephaestus Sep 4, 4:28am - #265818 
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Quaife, Kaaz, or Cusco. Depends on how much a dedicated racer you are. I would go Quaife only because it's no maintanance, proven, and on the cheaper side other than a TRD or MR2 being sold used or by someone who bought it and is selling it new. A clutch type definitely if you are serious about racing around a track. Any LSD will improve upon you're car greatly even TRD (which isn't bad).
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HJC_Celica Sep 4, 8:01pm - #265819 
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UnseenTRD... most TRD products are made by other companies to TRD spec for example the TRD Springs are made my Eibach. The reason i ask about the TRD LSD is that I have heard that the TRD LSD is not as 'aggresive' as say the Kaaz or others.
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AZZKIKR Sep 4, 8:03pm - #265820 

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go with the quaife...its been tried and tested to hold serious power, and is awesome as afar s reliability...and I think it only runs in the $800 range vs. the $1200 TRD piece
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Sultan Sep 4, 8:27pm - #265821 

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I've heard good things about the Kaaz LSD - I'd still go TRD though if you have the cash...
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ikin Sep 4, 8:55pm - #265822 
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u can get thr TRD for about 800 where can uget the quaife?
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ikin Sep 4, 9:00pm - #265823 
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http://www.wctoyotasport.com/TRD/

check here but what the hell doe they mean lsd, clutch upgrade
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oas Sep 4, 9:28pm - #265824 
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wath is TRD lsd??????????
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Zero Sep 4, 9:41pm - #265825 

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does LSD stand for Limited Slip Differential, and is used for better shifting...correct?

i have an auto, so i wouldnt know frown

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mastro543 Sep 4, 9:52pm - #265826 

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to make sure you have equal power going to each wheel

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round2gts Sep 4, 10:15pm - #265827 

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it basically locks or forces the two tires (front for us) spin at the same time. so if you at the starting line and you drop the clutch in and start peeling out the lsd would kick in making both tires have eqaul and all the power goin to them rather than one wheel spinning faster that the other robbing your power. it is wat it's name is limited slip.

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