*sign*Norbie said:You're getting a bit confused here. IRS stands for Independant Rear Suspension; LSD stands for Limitied Slip Differential. Non-LSD diffs are more correctly known as open centre differentials. IRS and LSD are mutually exclusive, ie they are completely different things. Note that all Mk2's have IRS while only some have LSD's.
The only extra moving parts you'll find in an LSD are the clutch packs, and when these wear out it doesn't stop the diff from working - it simply starts to behave like an open centre. There is no difference between the LSD and non-LSD centre in terms on strength or longevity.
Talk to SUPRAGTE(i think its SUPRAGTE) on toymods.org.auWadeT said:And I have yet to see a MKII with a stock rearend that is pushing the kind of mileage mine has, not to mention being turned by a 300rwhp 7mgte.