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GTR-N1

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PranK has left the door open.

So....

Oh yes: thanks Christian...

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WTB, evo 7/8/9 super-AYC diff in good condition.

All those E85 evos running around with LSD diffs, surely there is a big pile somewhere :D

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I will be upgrading mine soon I would say.

What is it that actually lets go with regards to the rear diff, and at what power are issues usually found?

Where would I find a decent 7rs LSD?

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#@scotty nm35

I had the diff seals leak in my car, general wear and tear.
Usual problems generally happen to the AYC, they start whining due to improper servicing or wrong oil used. AYC needs to be serviced/flushed every 20,000ks as per mitsubishi. The AYC is part of the rear diff, both requiring their own set of oils. Keep an eye on the reservoir from time to time.

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oil-evo-4-10.pdf

Use the attachment as a guide and you'll be fine. Shouldn't have whine problems :)

In my opinion the transfer case is what takes the most load, considering that its a FWD setup AWD, unlike the GTRs and STIs. So i would just keep the rear diff the way it is, service as and when due and it should be fine.

Edited by Deza3000

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WTB, evo 7/8/9 super-AYC diff in good condition.

Only the evo 8/9 had super AYC, evo 7 has the standard AYC, You could get it straight from mitsubishi dealer, they distribute evo 8 9 and 10 spare parts from body kits to turbos, might cost ya an arm and a leg though haha.

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Oh, yeah, wikipedia says evo 8 and 9, but had read people say "evo 7 onwards", maybe they meant "after evo 7", I just assumed maybe the later model 7s had S-AYC.

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#@pretX
Yea true you would think that aye, doubt it though. Just did a wiki search on evos as well, apparently the USDM evo 9s dont even have AYC! Just an active rear limited slip diff, strange.....

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