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Old 03-28-2012, 07:30 PM   #766
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Can I put a fluid diff in a RDX?
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:49 AM   #767
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yes they talk about it on page 47 ,
i have twin gear diffs in my 07
but im a bit over it , as they as spec-r version
they leak and the gears fail easy,
might try the carbon gear sets
the car is faster for sure and had more on power steering .
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:38 PM   #768
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Interesting! I did not know that about spec-r diffs. I had to be inventive to fit. Issues include: rear belt tension, rear dog bone lenth and front shock tower to front diff clearance. A dremel to the front shock tower and dykes to the rear control arms to widen the rear. Much better handling with the wider stance and far easier to control. This I hope makes for a great VTA setup.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:01 PM   #769
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yes they talk about it on page 47 ,
i have twin gear diffs in my 07
but im a bit over it , as they as spec-r version
they leak and the gears fail easy,
might try the carbon gear sets
the car is faster for sure and had more on power steering .
Gear diffs does fit in Phi '07 and '09 but doesn't fit in older RDX. Both Phi are have a different diff bearing holders compare to the RDX that, in most cases, you will need to switch the holders from left to right. In other words, same configuration as if you were using a one-way. I'm pretty there is no gear diff available on the market that would fit a RDX.
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Anybody out there have one of these laying around ?
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Anybody out there have one of these laying around ?

Are you referring to a complete car?
Yes, I could sell you my complete Corally stuff.
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Are you referring to a complete car?
Yes, I could sell you my complete Corally stuff.
You have a pm fmo.
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