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Author Subject: Group buy ML plated diff
Pikey176

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Post #1
I am about to start a T16 conversion in a 205 and want to use the ML gearbox, But as many will know a plated diff is not available yet. So I am trying to start a group buy for them.
There are already 3 or 4 of us on the 205 Drivers forum and similar numbers from Australia interested.
We already have 2 manufacturers interested in developing/building a limited run if there is enough interest.
So any V6 owners or boosted guys out there that are interested then please let me know so we can get this going.
Once we have a list of interested parties then we can get this moving and get some prices in.
Posted 14th Oct 2014 at 16:44
luke306rallye

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Post #2
I know you can put Birk down for one of these. He's just being tight and hasn't renewed his membership.
Posted 14th Oct 2014 at 19:38
Cjwatson27

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Post #3
I'm in the middle, well just started fitting a v6 in my 306 I'd be interested in one has long has it aint mega money and is easy to fit

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Posted 14th Oct 2014 at 20:32
Pikey176

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Post #4
Ok will add you guys to the interested list and see what i can get sorted.
Posted 16th Oct 2014 at 16:03
dennis orgers

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Post #5
Hello,


Some guy from the netherlands who drives an dutch racing series with an turbo 16v has interese in an ml diff,

If this groupbuy is still on can you email him on

Email : info@ls-racing.nl
Posted 18th Nov 2014 at 18:20
Maxi rally

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Post #6
3J might be able to help?

I sent them a works ML gearbox for evaluation 6 months ago.
Posted 19th Nov 2014 at 11:16
welshpug!

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Post #7
I know someone who might be interested but only if there are readily available dog engagement gearsets available as well,ootherwise he'll be sticking with a drenth gearset in a be casing and hoping they dont break and split the casing in three like it did when 3rd fell apart earlier this year Sad

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Posted 19th Nov 2014 at 11:45
prism7guy

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Post #8
I could be tempted by one of these. When would you need the money by? Any any idea of rough cost?

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Posted 19th Nov 2014 at 20:29
Pikey176

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Post #9
Good news just spoken to 3J and they are going ahead with this. It is in the design stage at the moment and will have all the info we need in 7-10 days regarding pricing etc, and they are looking to have completed units for sale by Feb/Mar.
Posted 20th Nov 2014 at 13:17
prism7guy

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Post #10
Any update on pricing?

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Posted 14th Dec 2014 at 21:46
BigTallPaul

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Post #11
Any news? Is this likely to be around the £600 mark like the 3J BE diff?

If so, count me in!
Posted 23rd Dec 2014 at 07:59
BigTallPaul

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Post #12
Does anyone have an update on this ?
Posted 17th Aug 2015 at 10:07
BigTallPaul

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Post #13
Is anyone else on here running a V6 or the ML5T or ML6T gearbox?
Do you want/need an LSD?
Can you reply if you are GENUINELY interested in spending £600+ on a quality LSD.

I've rang 3J and here is their current update;

Hi Paul,

The issue we have had is, a massive influx of new projects and the big group buys we had line up for this have not returned our attempts to contact them. So it has slipped down the pecking order.

Regards

Dan Jones

3J Driveline Managing Director



Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 10:14
peder_306

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Post #14
Anyone interested in a quafie diff for the ml?

We are trying to get minimum 5 people for group buy Smile

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Posted 22nd Dec 2016 at 13:19
gnrlee Forum Admin

Location: Leeds

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Post #15
Pikey176 wrote:
Ok will add you guys to the interested list and see what i can get sorted.


LOL yeah can keep harassing me for Dimma panels though! LOL
I reckon he'll come back to the fold soon enough!

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Posted 22nd Dec 2016 at 13:29
peder_306

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Post #16


Made a new thread. Smile

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Posted 22nd Dec 2016 at 14:59
fatlapit

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Post #17
Just use a spoox be box job jobbed

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