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So I'm after an lsd for my old luxy. According to the plate in the engine bay the code of the diff in there now is G292 so its a 'G' series diff with 4.10:1 ratio and a 2 pinion open centre. I just want to know my options in terms of putting an lsd in?

Edit: I'm thinking of a detroit truetrac.

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not familiar with those, but generally auto-lockers will outperform limited slip diffs in all cases. Limited slip diffs are just easier to live with as they're smoother in their operation

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