Has anyone used a 350z rear axel lsd in a 1st gen frontier. I would like to have the lsd in my truck.
Please check your information before throwing random, incorrect info out.The 350Z is a C200 axle and people have swapped in the 350Z LSD but it was very expensive, I believe the 350Z LSD is made by Quiafe or some similar sounding name. There is a thread in this forum about his swap.
Lot of speculation in that thread without any resolve, unfortunately. Keep in mind that discussion was for D40 Frontiers, not the D22 in question here. 2005 is the inflection point for Nissan axles and differentials...they may share similar naming conventions and some dimensions, but they're ultimately quite different.Please refer to the thread for 350Z LSD swapping as I've never even touched a 350Z in my life and would never consider buying one. Just giving poster some info I saw in this forum. With your extensive expertise with the subject matter maybe you can help the guy out.
Okay, but ABLS has nothing to do with this discussion. It’s not a realistic option for the OP, and it’s neither a LSD nor a locker. I don’t even consider LSDs as lockers.So far in my experience with this ABLS with some decent tires, it is as effective as my old chev clutch pac LSD or my dodge diesel torsen style LSD. Though probably not a match for a true locker.
Well great to see you have an opinion, but their all traction devices and as you'll soon realize is discussions tend to stray far and wide much as this one has, as someone down the road may get their question resolved possibly.Okay, but ABLS has nothing to do with this discussion. It’s not a realistic option for the OP, and it’s neither a LSD nor a locker. I don’t even consider LSDs as lockers.
Actually, no, "they're" not all traction devices. Active-Brake Limited-Slip (ABLS) is a system based on speed and angle sensors; an independent-wheel braking systems; engine and transmission override protocols; and open differentials...absolutely none of which exist on a 2000 Frontier, except an open differential. ABLS is not a device nor a differential.Well great to see you have an opinion, but their all traction devices and as you'll soon realize is discussions tend to stray far and wide much as this one has, as someone down the road may get their question resolved possibly.
Everyone, except you, understands the difference. That's what prompted me to break down definitions...just for you (you're welcome).You can ramble on and on but pretty much everyone on the forum who's well read understands the differences in traction devices, an that the ABLS while not an actual device that you can buy in a box is none the less is a software driven traction control device using the brakes to limit wheel slip. And is advertised as such by nissan.I guess you could argue with nissan if you wish, as you do like to ramble. Your not exactly opening eyes with your tidbits harwi
Once again, you're oblivious. Show me where I argued with Nissan? Where have I said they're wrong, about anything? And now we're talking Traction Control System? Dude, you're all over the place. Do you pee on the toilet lid because you don't know that it lifts opens? Do you realize that you're trying to argue that when Nissan calls something a "system" that you think it's a "device" and you bring up a "Traction Control System", which literally has the word "system" in it? Do you understand that "your" (you're) the one arguing with Nissan? And you're trying to convince me that I'm arguing with Nissan by agreeing with them that it's a system because they call it a system? You'd make the best lawyer in the world, but maybe high school was never your thing.Once again howy your arguing with nissan, chptr BRC under Traction Control System. I would like to extend an invitation to you to join our chat on proper oil for our little trucks, you sound like you'd enjoy it very much.