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Hi,

Does anyone know if the LSD that comes with the performance pack can be fitted to a standard (that is: open diff RWD) Giulia without too much hassle (driveshafts, diff casing, software, ...)?

And am i correct in assuming this is a Quaife torsen diff as is the Q2 available for the 147,156,GT, etc.?
 

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My understanding is that the 4 cylinder lsd is mechanical.
The 6 cylinder lsd is electronic.
 
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Hi,

Does anyone know if the LSD that comes with the performance pack can be fitted to a standard (that is: open diff RWD) Giulia without too much hassle (driveshafts, diff casing, software, ...)?

And am i correct in assuming this is a Quaife torsen diff as is the Q2 available for the 147,156,GT, etc.?
Rear diff is ZF HAG RDU with Mechanical multiplate clutch option. I believe this rear is entirely mechanical, without any need for electronic control. The aftermarket catalog is available on the ZF support site.

https://aftermarket.zf.com/go/en/aftermarket-portal/technical-information/catalogs/pdf-catalogs/

Hope this helps,
 
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