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SHMIKO_S14A

BA XT stock diff to turbo LSD

Hey guys, looking at putting a complete M86 cradle into my BA XT auto sedan preferably with a 3.73 ratio.

 

How much work is involved and which models of falcon cradles will bolt in? I've got my eyes on a BF 3.73 at the moment from a 6 speed manual, will this be an easy enough installation?

 

Also, the one I'm looking at seems to have vented rear rotors, I thought the BA/BF all had solid rear disks. Any ideas on that?

 

Cheers guys.

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22 bolts.

Yes.

Later model had vented rears.

 

XT driveshaft won't fit turbo/v8 diff/m86 diff. Rear CV flange is smaller on m78 

Edited by Ralph Wiggum

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Thanks mate, appreciate the info. So it's pretty much a bolt in job but I'll have to get a prop shaft from the M86 setup to line up with the new diff?

 

If I am doing the whole diff in the cradle with the driveshafts, hubs, rotors, calipers etc, I'm assuming it shouldn't matter about the CV flange because it's all M86 stuff.

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