can someone please give me some info on which lsd is better or if u have heard good or bad about either one? im looking to get one and they are around the same price i just wanna go with the better product thanks!!!!
Quaife vs. MFactory, I'll take which ever is cheaper. Quaife raised its prices a while back, I haven't talked to Mac lately on how much they are now.
Both are equal in strength IMHO.
Since OBX took a crap I've been installing new MFactory's and new/used Quaife's. As an installer you can't tell a difference, both are great to installed, rarely any shimming required, but you still have to check!!!!!!
The MFactory Helical LSD comes with a Lifetime Warranty
Originally Posted by MFactory
I wouldn't really want to lie to you and say that we offer a "lifetime warranty" like some of the other companies out there because we all know what it's like when it comes time to make a "claim".
As with all our parts, they are designed for race-use-only, and various factors can be involved that could cause a failure. With that being said though, the Diff is not under a lot of stress compared to the rest of the transmission components (Gears, Shafts etc), so is very unlikely to break before something else does.
Of course though, if any failure is due to manufacture fault or defect, as always, MFactory customer service always shines through
We are the R&D facility for MFactory parts and have personally never seen a defective MFactory helical LSD. On the very rare occasion that we have received a broken MFactory LSD, they immediatly stepped up an honored the Lifetime Warranty.
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