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BRZ/FRS LSD fitting into a 3rd gen IS250?

Hey guys,
Do any of you know if a BRZ and/or FRS limited slip differential will fit into a 3rd gen IS250? I currently have a supra mk3 limited slip differential in my 2nd gen IS250 (the mk3 LSD also fits in the BRZ/FRS) and don't want to sell it so I'm wondering if anyone has any knowledge on this. Thanks!
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hi,
it might be a stupid question (the only thing I know about cars is how to drive) but what are the benefits of this??
if there aren't any, then why install it?

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^lol.....really?
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