Retrofitting a c63 amg limited slip differential to a w204 non-AMG

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  1. perdikoyla888

    perdikoyla888 Active Member

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    Is it possible to retrofit a c63 amg limited slip differential to a w204 non-AMG? (c350, c300, c280 c250, c230 c200, c180 etc).

    Any ideas? [​IMG]

    I am asking because I was offered one very cheaply. [​IMG]
     
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    perdikoyla888

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    Any answers please? [​IMG]
     
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    Doodle MB Enthusiast

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    I suspect you are the first to try it, hence the lack of replies.

    What are you hoping to gain from the fitment?
     
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    Ask Olly (BlackC55). He has one for sale and I believe it is possible to retrofit but he will be the person to ask.
     
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    Quaife are known to do aftermarket differentials and they are very good quality.
     
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    On a C350, perhaps. C180? :D
     
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    Lol.

    However on damp ground and certain situations you'll get a C180 to break traction, and the inside wheel spin. Of course its a complete non event but might be of slight use.

    However, a big 6 clyinder petrol or diesel would benefit from this device.

    But would it fit.
     
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    will it fit a W124?
     

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