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Old Nov 26, 2014, 09:56 AM
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Is this for the 4g94 manual transmission?
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Is this for the 4g94 manual transmission?
Yes
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Old Nov 26, 2014, 02:54 PM
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Is this for the 4g94 manual transmission?
Sorry i meant the one cranswick has for sale
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Old Nov 30, 2014, 08:01 AM
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How much? How many miles on it? How well did the car hook up with it compared to stock?
I've never used it...I have a Quaife. I just had it custom made for the hell of it.

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Is this for the 4g94 manual transmission?

both the 4G94 and 4G69 use the F5M42 gearbox...some of the gear ratios are different, and the diff's are different part numbers, but it should fit...what Quaife part number fits the 2.0L lancer transmission?
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Old Dec 1, 2014, 12:14 PM
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That i have no idea i didnt even know quaife was a make for lsds
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Old Dec 1, 2014, 12:29 PM
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That i have no idea i didnt even know quaife was a make for lsds
Strange, they are world renowned, and at the forefront of ATB LSD's, many would say they are "the best in the biz"...They produce them for OEM, as well as motorsport...they have a lifetime warranty, even if the car is used as a race car, and there's no power limit...
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Do they make them for the 4g94 tranny? I taught only kaaz did for the mirage 4g92 that fitted our tranny?
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I honestly think it would fit the 4g94 transmission. It's the same tranny except for the bell housing and the gear ratios.

I would also pm 03lances and ask how well the phantom grip worked out. I'm pretty sure the reviews he wrote in the past about it had great reviews. Here's his install thread

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/la...ited-slip.html
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If anyone has a spare diff for the 4G94 version of the F5M42 gearbox, we could take measurements. Even if the diff carrier itself from a 4G69 transmission does not fit, the LSD conversion unit may still fit the gears, and it's under $200 from RTM racing.
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Bumping an old thread but im still in the process of getting a LSD now....Cranswick you said you had a Quaif LSD in your 4g69 tranny right? I have a spare tranny at work with the diff dissambled maybe we could compare measurements?
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Im in the process of doing the Quife Lsd right now , noticed I might have to go with Ralliart axles and possible differential bearing and axle seals . Took the trans apart and differential fits just not the lancer differential bearing , going to try a 02 eclipse and 04 Ralliart bearing .
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Originally Posted by 02-Lancer-Es View Post
Im in the process of doing the Quife Lsd right now , noticed I might have to go with Ralliart axles and possible differential bearing and axle seals . Took the trans apart and differential fits just not the lancer differential bearing , going to try a 02 eclipse and 04 Ralliart bearing .
Let me know if u find a way because i have a 2nd transmission waiting for a differential!
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Originally Posted by 02-Lancer-Es View Post
Im in the process of doing the Quife Lsd right now , noticed I might have to go with Ralliart axles and possible differential bearing and axle seals . Took the trans apart and differential fits just not the lancer differential bearing , going to try a 02 eclipse and 04 Ralliart bearing .
I never got this in-depth with my 03 lancer, is the spline count different? or are the diameters different as well? You may just need the inner CV joint cups for the ralliart...our passenger side axles are different, they have a bracket that bolts to the block that houses a bearing, so from the diff to that bracket is a short shaft, which the I think is a place holder where the transfer case would be on 4G6x motors with AWD...no idea why we don't just use a full length axles like the 2L lancer

so basically you would need a driver side inner to put on the passenger side, because the passenger side inner joint on the ralliart is female splined.
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I never got this in-depth with my 03 lancer, is the spline count different? or are the diameters different as well? You may just need the inner CV joint cups for the ralliart...our passenger side axles are different, they have a bracket that bolts to the block that houses a bearing, so from the diff to that bracket is a short shaft, which the I think is a place holder where the transfer case would be on 4G6x motors with AWD...no idea why we don't just use a full length axles like the 2L lancer

so basically you would need a driver side inner to put on the passenger side, because the passenger side inner joint on the ralliart is female splined.
Are both diffs the same dimensions though that's what im worried about...the bearings and core sizes?
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Originally Posted by marcouxa1 View Post
Are both diffs the same dimensions though that's what im worried about...the bearings and core sizes?
I have no idea, I've been trying to get you 02-03 lancer guys to get me some measurements so I can compare...I never had my 03 tranny apart.
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