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Author: Subject: Complete Mazda MX5 donor kit in boxes
barbarianbeast

posted on 26/10/14 at 07:14 PM Reply With Quote
Complete Mazda MX5 donor kit in boxes

For sale a '91 MX5 already stripped down. I've lost my garage after a move and a new baby means I don't have the time anymore!
The V5 is included for registration and pretty much everything you would need is there, just apart from the rusty body.

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Neb

posted on 27/10/14 at 12:34 PM Reply With Quote
Does it have a LSD?
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Slimy38

posted on 27/10/14 at 02:29 PM Reply With Quote
Looks to be an open diff to me, although I only have the flange ears to make that guess. It would tie in with a British 1.6 of that year. A similar age Eunos may have had a viscous LSD, but that's about as 'limited' as you would have got on standard kit.
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Neb

posted on 27/10/14 at 02:43 PM Reply With Quote
Good spot - i missed the picture of the diff & shafts.

I'm up for anything better than the current open diff in our G reg UK car..... It's crap for autosolos.

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barbarianbeast

posted on 27/10/14 at 04:53 PM Reply With Quote
I don't actually remember spinning a driveshaft to check. but it is an open diff judging by the flanges too.

I'm going off this for a source;
http://www.miata.net/garage/diffguide/index.html

I'm not back at the car till the weekend.

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