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how to identify an lsd

Okay so I'm looking at a ?2T4 (its either a t or an m, but that part of the sticker is ripped off) either way its supposed to be an lsd tranny, right? I looked through the axle hole and it had a bar going through it. I thought if our trannys were lsd it was hollow?
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Re: how to identify an lsd

I believe if it's got a bar than it's open diff. Anyway, spin one of the axle inputs while it's in gear and see if the other side spins the same way, or the other way
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Re: how to identify an lsd

M2B4 is the prelude JDM LSD tranny... you might have the accord SiR-T LSD... see pic (looks like it is geared a little lower in 5th, so I imagine it gets slightly worse gas mileage than the M2B4). I can speak for the M2B4, I love mine... I bet the other stock LSDs are good as well.
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T2T4...jdm lsd transmission from a f20b accord
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