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Author Topic: S12 Diff  (Read 1343 times)

Offline FUM-S12

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S12 Diff
« on: 05:03:58 PM / 09-Feb-15 »
Hello everyone, I just got my first s12 yesterday. I'm planning to drift it. I want to get a differential for it but, don't know where to get one. There's not a lot of info on these cars so any advice will help. I'm more of a s13 guy so I know some things about those s chassis just not much about this one, thanks

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Offline seishuku

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Re: S12 Diff
« Reply #1 on: 06:55:23 PM / 09-Feb-15 »
What S12?
Turbo and SE model got an R200, so anything that fits an open diff S13 will work... XE model S12's got an R180, probably just better off swapping diff and axles to an R200, or just weld it.
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Offline FUM-S12

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Re: S12 Diff
« Reply #2 on: 09:49:11 AM / 10-Feb-15 »
I have a 1987 Nissan 200sx coupe with a n/a ca20e. I don't know which model though... So you're saying I could use a 240sx lsd diff on my s12?

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Re: S12 Diff
« Reply #3 on: 12:03:56 PM / 10-Feb-15 »
Your car would fall under the "swap diff/axles or weld" category.

Turbo = ca18et
SE      = vg30e
XE      = ca20e   :(
Infrequently driving an s12.

Offline FUM-S12

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Re: S12 Diff
« Reply #4 on: 01:58:41 PM / 10-Feb-15 »
I'll look into that, thank you