To Sum It All Up

It’s sometimes the parts that you never see that affect performance the most. In the case of limited slip differentials, an enthusiast can now direct power to twice as many drive wheels. The payoffs can be seen in both straight-line and cornering performance. When the budget permits, an aftermarket LSD can offer significant strength and performance advantages over an OEM unit. When you are ready to stop slipping and start gripping, a performance LSD should be part of your plan.

Choosing the right limited slip differential for your driving needs could save you some seconds on the track. The chart below includes some of the popular car makes and models; however, LSD manufacturers are constantly coming out with new products and covering more and more applications. Check with your local distributor for your particular car and LSD options.

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