limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

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Jacques Lefriant
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limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

#1 Post by Jacques Lefriant » Sat Dec 02, 2017 1:37 pm

A modified version of the Quaife TBS differential is in stock for use with the Cadrobbi side covers it is priced very competitively but is only available to qualified transmission builders such as 356Enterprises, Werkstat (Jon Bunin), Willis Werks and select others. I can also provide the service either on a complete box or a case with pinion installed. i don't need the mainshaft or axles. i can also do this with the normal open diff that is used with the Cadrobbi conversion but i would need the small spyder pinions. this way you can get a transmission done without having to get all the special tools needed.

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Re: limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

#2 Post by C J Murray » Sat Dec 02, 2017 2:48 pm

I have the Cadrobbi conversion in my 2133cc stroker with 23000 miles of use. I highly recommend it for any car but especially those with more power. The Quaife availability just makes it that much more awesome!
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Re: limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

#3 Post by Jacques Lefriant » Sat Dec 02, 2017 4:38 pm

Thanks Kid
 

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Re: limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

#4 Post by Conrad Carter » Fri Mar 16, 2018 3:52 pm

Great idea!
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Re: limited slip diff for Cadrobbi conversion

#5 Post by Craig Richter » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:22 pm

Yes it is. This trans area has been a pain for enthusiastic drivers for at least 5 decades!
 

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