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Oil for lsd diff
February 2, 2016
7:47 pm
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Andrew glover
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Question for Simon on this one i think what oil do you recommend to put in the sierra lsd diff.

February 3, 2016
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We sell 75W-90 GL5 LSD oil at Kit Spares.Smile

February 4, 2016
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Ok thanks will spoke to steve today and also confirmed the use of 75w/90 in the lsd. I also have a another question im going to be running the 2 liter zetec with atr 45 throttle bodies, is it necessary to use a fuel pressure regulator ???? And a diagram of how to fit in circuit would be quite handy,

February 4, 2016
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You will need a regulator.

On the ATR it should be on the return line out of the Fuel rail to the swirl pot.

February 4, 2016
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Do you know whether this comes with the atr throttle bodies ???

February 4, 2016
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My ATR TB's didn't. As an introductory (early ordering) customer it came with a filter screen and plate.
I had to order a cable and angle outlet when I got it unpacked. The supplied manifold was a Jenvey part.

My donor fuel rail had a regulator just like RichardL. But I fitted a shiny, adjustable, gauged Japanese racer part.
Looks impressive, the gauge is oil-filled, rubber mounted on chassis so it doesn't shake, BUT neither make it go faster.

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