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LSD vs VLSD , 3.7 vs 3.9 vx 4.11(To be archived)

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 03:41 AM

Corky is right once again. The diff is most likely from a twin turbo Sube. It could also be from an STI Impreza, as both the STI and the TT had 4.444 VLSD. The GT Forester also had a 4.444

It is also possible to get the 4.111 in a limo version as well. They came mainly from the turbo Legacy in Japan.

As for the models that had a 4.111 ratio, all our auto Liberty/legacy had them. The manual version was 3.900

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