Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Newport Beach, CA and Melbourne, Aus.
I'm going to throw a spanner into this - I checked back through my notes and in 1990/91 we definitely fitted a 105 LSD centre into the transaxle of an Alfetta GT we raced. We didn't change the crown wheel, we just used the same one and bolted it up to the LSD unit with a spacer so the overall width of was the same as the open carrier.
Some may recall the car, it was called Fang, we ran it for a few years in club events mainly in Victoria but a couple of times in NSW. Great car, rough in the body but lots of tweaks in the suspension department and handled as well as any GT/GTV I've had the pleasure of driving.
Sorry up front if this info causes some to say again 'not possible'....we spent many hours working through these sorts of problems with Vin (Sharp, a.k.a. PACE Engineering) and he always seemed to come up with a solution. In fact it was this conversion that needed us to source the GTV6 stub axles mentioned in my earlier post, not the subsequent one we did on my later GTV6. Cause obviously (I guess) it already had them....
So, I'm coming down on the side of 'yes, it can be done' because we did it......
1973 105 GTV (Alfa #6 of 19 owned)
Last edited by Aggie57; 05-05-2019 at 02:46 PM.