Jump to content
SAU Community
  • Welcome to SAU Community

    Welcome to SAU Community, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be apart of SAU Community by signing in or creating an account.

    • Start new topics and reply to others
    • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
    • Get your own profile page, build reputation and make new friends
    • Send personal messages to other members.
    • See fewer ads!

    Consider joining our newsletter for the latest content updates

    Click here to register


vic  R34 GTT Nismo 2 way diff (whole diff)

Recommended Posts

Hi Folks

You may be able to search for my rumblings and complaints over the years how my 1.5 way was a bit clunkier around town than your regular 1.5 way and how I wanted to fix that to no avail.

Upon finding a unicorn R34 Helical, this diff is now for sale. As I know people would want to see the center before buying a rando diff, I took the cover off and found that it was actually a fkin 2 way diff the entire time.

It was recently rebuilt from scratch to try and find "the problem" and of course there was none, which was... quite a lot of money not so well spent on my behalf, but hey this diff has been entirely rebuilt for your pleasure.

Will bolt and plug in directly to your R34. I can confirm this thing locks up HARD in both Accel and Decel scenarios.

You could use it on the street, I did for quite a long time it turns out and I did not die. However, I wouldn't recommend it for a daily.

$1200 obo.

Pickup strongly preferred!






  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Fit, physically? Yes

ABS though? Your guess is as good as mine. The R34 has 2 ABS sensors one on each stub axle, the R33 has one (or none). Can you just... put the sensor into one of the ports on the stub axles?

Maybe? Yes? No? Maybe the cable won't reach/needs to be extended?

You'd be a guinea pig in that aspect.

Could you pull the center and driveshafts out of my diff, put them into a R33 ABS R200 housing? Uh, maybe? Again not sure. Depends on your confidence and how much you care about ABS as far as I know...

Link to post
Share on other sites
20 minutes ago, Kinkstaah said:

Can you just... put the sensor into one of the ports on the stub axles?

No. Different pulse rates vs speed.

21 minutes ago, Kinkstaah said:

Could you pull the center and driveshafts out of my diff, put them into a R33 ABS R200 housing? Uh, maybe? Again not sure.

Yes, of course. Although you will almost certainly end up paying for diff setup here, as the pinion from Greg's diff will have to be put onto the R33 diff's input /pinion shaft, because I think that the diffs with front ABS have a longer housing*.

(I might be wrong, but it looks like it in various piccies I've seen.)

Link to post
Share on other sites

It would appear noone wants to do a skid. This is now a 1.5 way. It's always been a 1.5 way, because anything between a full 45 degree 2 way, and a 90 degree 1 way, is a "1.5" way though it could easily be referred to as a 1.2 way or 1.75way or 1.9way.

If you have a 34 get a diff. Specifically this one.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Latest Topics

  • Latest Posts

    • Bought it a week ago as is, and apparently this thing has scene some drifting days.   however I am aiming to get it to as stock as possible.    fuel pump wiring looks it was bridged for some mode, the two (ylw n red) where chopped of the harness,  I want to know which goes where and if that doesn’t make the fuel pump go what was done to it ? Yellow was connected to external  Red  External  Black - slotted into factory connector  red (factory loom) was unused  External Black was live 12v with ignition  both the other end of this black/red wire had spade connectors on it, as it was connected to something, Please refer the photo attached, Thanks    
    • yeah you'd want an amplifier, I doubt the standard head unit is pumping out 60 WRMS @ 4 Ohms
    • Hi mate do you still have this?      Thanks
    • First time doing a project car, will need help from all you legends on here.  simply respect for the community ! Happy days !! Thanks
    • Completely forgot another fun experience I had with the Silvia very recently. Took it out for a drive late one night with some mates through the mountains and noticed on the drive back the car handling a bit weird getting hard to steer. By the time I made it back onto normal roads, I very quickly realised my power steering was gone. Pulled over and checked the resevoir an it was completely empty. Filled it up fluid on the side of the road and almost immediately it started shooting out from the underside once steering was applied (high pressure line). Got it home eventually and investigated the issue and the fitting which was steering rack had come completely loose. Thankfully an easy fix but extremely fortunate that the fluid didn't catch the tyres causing me to spin or worse yet, the  fluid caught on fire. I've been slack in putting in a fire extinguisher in the car but this was enough to prompt me to get it done. KAP Industries of course has this well sorted so got that organised fairly easily. I really would have liked to put this on the passenger side but anyway, it's done now.  Another minor issue I noticed was that I had no fluid from my windscreen washers, thought it might just be a failing pump. Did some basic testing and noticed that a bulk of the fluid was ending up under the car, near the driver's side front tyre. Pulled out the guard liner and found the lines looking like this. The car use to be quite low when I had bought it and the guard liners had taken a beating and worn through certain sections of it and I suppose over time, the leak got worse but I didn't notice either because there was enough fluid coming through despite the damage or that I kept the car clean enough to not need it. A bit of two I would say.
  • Create New...