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#41 Sven

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Posted 07 May 2006 - 02:53 PM

I had an early '74 260z manual, and it had an R200 in it. I'll get back to you on the ratio. It's written in a notebook somewhere...
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Posted 07 May 2006 - 07:45 PM

Anyone know if the 88-89 300ZXT R200 Clutch LSD was a two pinion or four pinion?

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Posted 08 May 2006 - 06:58 PM

DANA 36 vs DANA 44

The C-4 Dana 36 was the only axle available in 1984 Corvettes. In 1985, Chevrolet brought out the Dana 44 which was similar to the 80-82 Corvette axle, but not interchangeable. The Dana 44 axle is considerably stronger, but not indestructible. The Dana 36 and the Dana 44 (44's in some autos and all manuals) axles were used through 1996.

The Dana 44 is much larger than the D36. The 44 has a larger, "beefier" carrier/components to handle larger (lower) ring and pinions, and increased torque. NOTICE THE LOCATION OF THE TOP CENTER BOLT HOLE ON THE DANA 36 THATS NOT ON THE DANA 44 REAR, thats a QUICK WAY TO TELL THEM APART

603967 GM 44 REAR 1980 CORVETTE
605172 GM 36 REAR 1984 CORVETTE
605180 GM 36 REAR 1984 CORVETTE
605220 GM 44 REAR 1985-87 CORVETTE
605239 GM 36 REAR 1984-86 CORVETTE
605260 GM 36 REAR 1985-87 CORVETTE
605321 GM 36 REAR 1988-90 CORVETTE
605322 GM 44 REAR 1989 1/2-90 CORVETTE
605365 GM 44 REAR 1988-89 CORVETTE
605417 GM 44 REAR 1990-90 1/2 CORVETTE
605490 GM 36 REAR 1990 1/2-96 1/2 CORVETTE
605491 GM 44 REAR 1990-96 1/2 CORVETTE
605492 GM 44 REAR 1990 1/2 CORVETTE


Look at the size difference, especially at the case above the yokes:

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Dana 36

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Dana 44

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heres more info on rears

http://www.rocky-road.com/diffid.html

http://www.nationwid...fferentials.htm

http://www.currieent...lt_rearend.aspx
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Posted 12 June 2006 - 07:33 PM

Having looked everywhere, this site seems to have the most knowledgable R200 people around.

I am trying to identify a 3.538 R&P that fits the 89-90 240SX open diff (4 mounting bolts on cover, 6 bolt output shafts). I am not sure of the brand, but it already has an aftermarket LSD in it and a 4.63 R&P. The cover is stamped 4.62 LSD but I think that only a 4.63 fits it.

Any help identifying an existing OEM model R&P at or very near the 3.538 ratio would be appreciated.

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 12:31 PM

Look for a 84-86 Turbo Z31 300zx R&P

3.54:1 open, should be a 12mm R200 - although it may be the earlier 10mm.

The 87-88 200sx SE (the V6 model) was for sure the 12mm R200 (both long snout) was a 3.70:1

Those are the only OEM ones I can think of.

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 12:00 AM

I just got a diff from a guy who said it was out of a "late model" GT-R. he didnt know what year and i was wondering of you guys could help figure it out. it is a clutch type LSD but it has 4.375 ratio (35 toothed ring, 8 tooth pinion) the closest thing that was posted earlier was:

" R200V Short nose rear of a R32 GTR skyline, 5 bolt output
Ratio 4.36
LSD clutch type"

but as you can see in the pics it looks like a long nose. am i mistaken and this is what the diff came out of??

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Posted 04 July 2006 - 11:34 PM

I just swapped a R200 longnose 3.54 (39:11) for a R200 longnose 4.11 (37:9). The 3.54 was from a Z31 and the 4.11 from a JDM R30 Skyline.

I also have a R200 3.9 from a JDM C31 Laurel (L20ET/Auto) again longnose. I am sure that as visit to a local pick-a-part will find more R200 longnose with different ratios from the many JDM Nissan Sedans/Coupes from the late 80's like the two listed above.
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Posted 20 August 2006 - 12:41 AM

i just checked a spare diif i've got, looks similar to the r180 i'm using, except 39:8 ratio(4.875)non-lsd. it came with the car spare when i bought it last year. i was wondering what this ratio would be suitable for?

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Posted 21 August 2006 - 06:09 PM

From the site http://zhome.com/

Z Car Transmission & Rear End Gearing

Contributed By: the Members of the IZCC
Produced by: Carl Beck IZCC #260
Special Thanks to: Steve Golik-IZCC #356, Tom Bell-IZCC #2802 & Ross Corrigan-IZCC # 255

The Purpose of this page is to give you a quick reference listing of the gear ratios used in the various models of the Z Car. We will try to include both transmission and rear end gear ratios FYI.

As of 12 Mar. 2000 -cjb
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Standard Differentials & Rear Gear Ratio's
This is the list that we came up with, after discussion on the Z Car List, and review by the subscribers there.
Standard Rear End's as Delivered From The Factory 1969-1989 :

240Z 70-73 MT (3.364) (R180)
240Z 70-73 MT 5spd. (3.900) (R180) - non US
240Z 71-73 Auto (3.545) (R180)
260Z 74 MT (3.364) (R180)
260Z 74 Auto (3.545) (R180)
280Z 75-76 (3.545) (R200)
280Z 77-78 MT (3.545) (R200)
280Z 77-78 Auto (3.545) (R180)

280ZX 79 MT,4 Spd,2 Seater (3.364) (R180)
280ZX 79 MT,5 Spd,2 Seater (3.364) (R180)
280ZX 79 All With Automatic(3.545) (R180)
280ZX 79 MT,4 Spd,4 Seater (3.364) (R200)
280ZX 79 MT,5 Spd,4 Seater (3.7) (R200)
280ZX-GL 79 (3.7) (R200)
280ZX 80 MT,2 Seater (3.545) (R180)
280ZX 80 Automatic 2/4Seat (3.545) (R180)
280ZX 80 MT,4 Seater (3.9) (R200)
280ZX-GL 80 (3.9) (R200)
280ZX 81-83 Automatic all (3.545) (R180)
280ZX 81-83 Turbo - all (3.545) (R200)
280ZX 81-83 MT (3.9) (R200)

- - - - 300ZX's - - - - - -- -

300ZX 84-86 MT and A/T (3.7) (R200)
300ZX 84-86 Turbo MT and A/T (3.54) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 MT and A/T (3.9 ) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 MT and A/T (3.9 ) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 Turbo MT and A/T (3.7 ) (R200)
Note Turbos:
#1) after 4/87 only-(3.7 Clutch Type LSD)
2) 88 All White SS used a 3.7 Viscous Coupling LSD)
3) LSD Unites Came With Finned Rear Covers

Additional Comments: a) Viscous Coupling LSD requires special splined half shafts - B) 84-87 R200's can be used in earlier cars, but require modifications they are not direct bolt in swapable to 240/260/280Z/280ZX's c) 84-89 R200's used a 12mm bolt in the ring gear - earlier R200 used a 10mm bolt in the ring gear, so you can not swap Gear Sets with the older R200's
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Standard Transmissions & Gear Ratio's
1970 through 1971 Factory Four/Five Speed Transmission Ratios
70/71 three piece case

U.S. Non-U.S.
F4W71A FS5C71A
1. 3.549 2.957
2. 2.197 1.858
3. 1.420 1.311
4. 1.000 1.000
5. n/a 0.852

RearGear 3.364 3.900

1972 through 1976 Factory Four/Five Speed Transmission Ratios
72/76 two piece case

U.S. Non-US
F4W71B FS5C71B
1. 3.592 2.906
2. 2.246 1.902
3. 1.415 1.308
4. 1.000 1.000
5 n/a 0.864

RearGear 3.36 3.900 (72 thru 76)


1977 through 1983 Factory Four/Five Speed Transmission Ratios Note: Ratios in 4spd.'s are the same as 5spd.'s For 1st-4th gears.
77-79 1980 81-83 Borg Warner T-5 {Turbo Only]

1 3.321 3.062 3.062 3.500
2 2.077 1.858 1.858 2.144
3 1.308 1.308 1.308 1.375
4 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
5 0.864 0.773 0.745 0.780

1984 Through 1989 Factory Five Speed and Auto Trans.

T5 Nissan FS5w71c auto auto
turbo turbo non-turbo non-turbo turbo
84-86 87-89 84-89 87-89 87-89

1 3.350 3.324 3.321 2.458
2 2.056 2.077 1.902 1.458
3 1.376 1.360 1.308 1.000
4 1.000 1.000 1.000
5 0.752 0.711 0.759
R 3.153 3.382 3.636 2.400

Special Note#1There was a 5 speed 720 truck('79-'85)transmission that will bolt into an L-6 car, that also has "lower" gearing. However, there were two other sets of different gear ratios available, depending on the truck model:

#1 #2 #3
1 3.592 3.321 3.592
2 2.246 2.077 2.057
3 1.415 1.308 1.361
4 1.000 1.000 1.000
5 0.813 0.833 0.813

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Factory Competition Transmissions 77 - 83
There were Factory Competition 5-Speeds available through NISSAN Competiton Dept. There were two overdrive Transmissions, and four with the direct drive (1:1 in fifth gear)

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5
32010-N3130 2.906 1.902 1.308 1.000 0.864 (close ratio)
32010-N3030 3.321 2.077 1.308 1.000 0.864 (wide ratio)
32010-N3220 2.818 1.973 1.470 1.192 1.000
32010-N3221 2.348 1.601 1.296 1.138 1.000
32010-N3222 2.192 1.601 1.470 1.138 1.000
32010_N3201 3.321 2.270 1.601 1.240 1.000 (rally transmissions)

Notes: The overdrive (FS5C71B) and direct drive (F5C71B) transmissions utilize the Servo-type (steel) snycro mechanism. For a complete parts breakdown of the listed overdrive and direct drive transmissions see the Nissan Motorsports Schematic catalog (99996-M8015). The shift kit (99996-E3030) is required when installing any of the listed transmissions into 240Z's built up to 8/71.
FS5C71A Conversions:
These parts will allow the FS5C71A 5-spd transmission from the Datsun 2000 (SLR311) roadster to be adapted to any Z. The R200 flang assy (38210-N3103) is required on Z's built from 12/74 to 7/75.

30401-22010 Clutch Housing
32130-A7100 Tail Housing
32241-A0200 Main Shaft
32890-A0100* Striking Rod Assy.
37000-E4100 Driveshaft (to 8/71)
37000-E8710 Driveshaft (from 9/71)

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1990-96 300ZX Transmission For Both Turbo and NA.
The transmission model is RS5R30A.
The 300ZX model is the same for both the NA and TT, but Nissan relocated the starter in the TT, and changed the outer and inner front cases.

1st 3.214
2nd 1.925
3rd 1.302
4th 1.000
5th 0.752

Reverse 3.369

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Please contact Carl Beck

With additions and or changes to this page.

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Posted 21 August 2006 - 08:03 PM

no info on skyline tranny and differential?

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Posted 28 August 2006 - 12:29 AM

no info on skyline tranny and differential?

How is this then
Skyline R32 gearbox specs:
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76 RS30 260z 改RB26 N/A 霞
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70 HS30-00016 240z
72 HS30 240z L型 2.8
71 HS30 240z L型改3.2
79 HS130 280zx
82 HS130 280zx T top
2x 73 KP710 160JSSS
74 KB210 120Y Coupe
71 510 1600 Deluxe

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Posted 02 September 2006 - 04:05 PM

Sorry if this is obvious, but I'm curious if the ring and pinion out of any short nose R200 will fit in my N/A 90 300zx short nose R200 case? Something like the 3.36's from the 350Z, or the 3.545's from the 1989-1996 Q45's..

I do realize that to use a 10mm R&P set will require spacers, but as far as other dimensions and considerations, is it a direct swap?

Thanks!

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Posted 23 September 2006 - 07:30 AM

Just to let you know R180s and R200s are found on R30 skylines aswell
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Posted 19 October 2006 - 06:01 AM

[quote name='Pop N Wood']From the site http://zhome.com/

Z Car Transmission & Rear End Gearing

- - - - 300ZX's - - - - - -- -

300ZX 84-86 MT and A/T (3.7) (R200)
300ZX 84-86 Turbo MT and A/T (3.54) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 MT and A/T (3.9 ) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 MT and A/T (3.9 ) (R200)
300ZX 87-89 Turbo MT and A/T (3.7 ) (R200)
Note Turbos:
#1) after 4/87 only-(3.7 Clutch Type LSD)
2) 88 All White SS used a 3.7 Viscous Coupling LSD)
3) LSD Unites Came With Finned Rear Covers
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Hi guys just took the back off a 300Z LSD I bought and it has the number NJH 35:8 AK 6 11 17. In dividing this out it is a 4.375 ratio clutch type LSD. I have not seen this ratio mentioned or in your list? Can anyone advise on what I have then?
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Posted 19 October 2006 - 06:11 AM

I just got a diff from a guy who said it was out of a "late model" GT-R. he didnt know what year and i was wondering of you guys could help figure it out. it is a clutch type LSD but it has 4.375 ratio (35 toothed ring, 8 tooth pinion) the closest thing that was posted earlier was:

" R200V Short nose rear of a R32 GTR skyline, 5 bolt output
Ratio 4.36
LSD clutch type"

but as you can see in the pics it looks like a long nose. am i mistaken and this is what the diff came out of??


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Hi RTZMartini, I just posted about my diff and then found your quote above - I believe I have the same diff as you. Its a long nose clutch type LSD that came out of the first model 300Z I was told (came into Aust as a halfcut) - it has CV's and is a 4.375. Did you find out anything about yours?

regards Mike
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#56 wreckedj30

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 06:16 AM

The j30's ratio is 3.9:1, mine had five bolt cv axles, and abs hookups.:wink:

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Posted 23 October 2006 - 01:04 AM

Jimmy the diff I got came out of a Z31 300Z out of Japan. I think that is probably what yours came from as well. Are you going to use it? I'm going to but I was hoping to have a 4.1 ratio same as a GTR, at 4.375 I am wondering if it is too low?
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Posted 02 November 2006 - 06:27 PM

Mid 80s Subaru XT Turbo has clutch type LSD R160.

As I am a subaru guy heres what I know about the clutch pack LSD's from old subies.

All are R160's. All the LSD's came in 3.7:1 ratio. most commonly found (but not always) in 85-89 Subaru RX's, GL-10 Turbo wagons, and some offroad modified Subaru from 80 right the way through to 94. Most subaru owners put the LSD center into the 3.9 ratio diff's found in other Subaru's for lower offroad gearing. They go for around $400 in the US and $600 in Australia.
Oh, and they are the longnose style, they look just like the Datsun 510's diff.

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 11:16 AM

Mid 80s Subaru XT Turbo has clutch type LSD R160.

74 260Z 2+2 has 3.36 R200

this is probally a old post but do all the subaru xt turbos have lsd? in the mid 80's there is one in the local pick and pull but it does not say lsd on the diff cover.

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 12:48 PM

I believe all the XT turbos do have LSD, but as I recall they also have a big green sticker that says 3.70 LSD right on the cover. If the one you're looking at doesn't have the sticker, that could mean that it's been swapped out at some point, or the sticker just fell off. It's going to be a bit of a gamble...
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