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Old 20 Jul 2003, 12:17 am
Franz Bestuchev
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Default Re: RSX-S Limited Slip Differential?

Now this is a piece of trivia I'll never forget.

rll wrote:
> There is a simple test to verify whether a differential is limited slip.
>
> Simply elevate both drive wheels simultaneously. Then rotate one tire. If
> the other tire rotates in the same direction, your car has limited slip. If
> it rotates in the opposite direction, it does not.
>
> - Russ
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> "Gary Gruper" <gruper@fish.net> wrote in message
> news:MPG.19834e1c78848e56989684@news-50.giganews.com...
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>>On page 262 of the Owner's Manual for my 2003 RSX Type-S, there is the
>>following: "Type-S only - Do not drive with the compact spare tire
>>mounted on the front wheels for a long period; it will damage the Limited
>>Slip Differential."
>>
>>Nowhere in the sales literature is there any mention of the RSX Type-S
>>being equipped with a LSD. I asked the dealer's service advisor if the
>>car has it and he shrugged. Does anyone know if the car has a LSD?

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