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    Nismo lsd rebuild kits

    can you still get them?
    think mines broken

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    They stop making the whole unit awhile ago, Surely they still have the clutch packs?

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    What are your symptoms to think its broken ?

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    here's a link to the part numbers for the discs's. http://www.nismo.co.jp/products/cata...2015/#page=167
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozzm0 View Post
    What are your symptoms to think its broken ?
    car felt lit it was stuck in gear, pulled the box, all the gears, selector forks look good, can shift the gears with a casing off.

    looking at the diff there appears to some lose material in it, nothing coming out though, ill get some pics tomorrow

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    heres how it looks through, the 4 holes in the side of the diff
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    NICE JOB, but the parts you need are the pressure rings, not the plates ...

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    This part (x2)
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    are they still available? and if your going to do something, do it right

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    Looks like you should have one small chunk of metal floating around in the box (from lower left photo)

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    I think disassembly of the LSD unit needs to be performed to determine the level of damage. If the 4 way crosspin assembly has also been damaged it could be a good shelf trophy.

    I'm not sure but i would imagine that replacing the pressure rings is probably not possible given the rest of the LSD is NLA and plates are common across several units which is the only reason they would be still available.

    Please keep us updated if/when you disassemble the LSD.

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    think I might be shopping for a new diff, I will pull it apart at some point though

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    LSD options?

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    racing= what you got now
    pulsar challenge= it seems (dare i say it, after an epic thread on the pga f/b) weld it up.
    street car=mfactory helical
    option= 32v with a cusco.
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    its a street car, with par. im not changing boxes. im on the hunt for a nismo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leesss View Post
    its a street car, with par. im not changing boxes. im on the hunt for a nismo

    Talk the gman , if anyone will know where there is one he will lol

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    i did when i was looking for one for the challenge car, no luck

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    Bump

    It appears that the rebuild kits for our LSDs have been removed from the Nismo Parts Catalogue since 2016, and Nengun currently list them as discontinued. I haven't cross-checked part numbers to see if we can utilise discs from other Nismo LSDs.

    So where does that leave us if we need to rebuild our precious LSDs?

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    Some plates were special some were Nissan OEM. Iíd say **** outta luck probably because nothing else good runs an R160 size diff. I think some Subaruís did/do but no idea of any kind of lsd plate comparability.

    This is disappointing though as I just recently managed to get myself another Nismo LSD and had planned to get a plate kit for it, even if itís just for the shelf.

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