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Old 02-25-2021, 10:53 PM   #43
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It's not a CSG spec differential, but rather, each LSD ordered from CSG has the option of being configured to match the driving discipline the car is used for, along with the tires used, suspension, and power output of the car. In some cases, aero is also taken into consideration.

In this instance, a CSG spec doesn't make sense, since it wouldn't work for everyone, or even a wide range of users.

OS Giken LSDs are currently backordered, but the next batch on order by CSG arrive at the end of March. At that time, each unit is opened up and configured as needed before shipping.
Very very true.
I've had one fitted now for nearly 5 years, great diff... but really does need to be set up properly by someone who knows what they are doing.
Initially mine was installed by a general purpose diff guy...and it wasn't too impressive.
I then had a genuine specialist have a "play" with it....it was like night and day.
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Old 02-28-2021, 01:06 PM   #44
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Going off my OP: I've decided to try something other than the typical brands you see on an import, since I have experience with muscle car brands. It may turn out well or it may not; however, I'll update the community when I get it on in the event it helps someone else. I decided to go with the 6 puck McLeod Street Supreme clutch kit and McLeod aluminum flywheel (~12-14lbs, I don't recall at the moment). Also, I bought an upgraded Versus forged clutch fork and Versus billet clutch pivot. I haven't installed them yet but will soon. I went with McLeod due to my muscle car background and to just try something not a lot of others have yet.
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