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theretiredpimp
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Feb 20, 11:49pm - #108047 
Clutch and flywheel

I need a new flywheel and a new clutch. I got an estimate from Toyota and they're talkin bout $1001.45. I also got an estimate from another spot and they said it would be about $945. I'm thinking about buying my own clutch and flywheel and then just taking it and getting it installed somewhere. My question is what clutch and flywheel should I get. I heard the Fidanza flywheel is good. Any suggestions?


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Feb 20, 11:53pm - #108048 
Originally Posted by theretiredpimp
I need a new flywheel and a new clutch. I got an estimate from Toyota and they're talkin bout $1001.45. I also got an estimate from another spot and they said it would be about $945. I'm thinking about buying my own clutch and flywheel and then just taking it and getting it installed somewhere. My question is what clutch and flywheel should I get. I heard the Fidanza flywheel is good. Any suggestions?


if you still under warranty, i think toyota should give you a clutch for free but charge for labor. a clutch labors good price starts from 200$ could go up to $800 depending how much they wanna rip you off. duno much about aftermarket clutch/flywheel, but i know they give you good gains, so go for em

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Feb 21, 2:05am - #108049 
Originally Posted by theretiredpimp
I need a new flywheel and a new clutch. I got an estimate from Toyota and they're talkin bout $1001.45. I also got an estimate from another spot and they said it would be about $945. I'm thinking about buying my own clutch and flywheel and then just taking it and getting it installed somewhere. My question is what clutch and flywheel should I get. I heard the Fidanza flywheel is good. Any suggestions?


I'd get the Fidanza flywheel, and the ACT street clutch thumbsup

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Feb 21, 3:02pm - #108050 
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04


I'd get the Fidanza flywheel, and the ACT street clutch thumbsup


Yeah those are the best price to performance ratio. As far as installation goes, a "good" price should be like, "100$ Each" Right? I'm not sure but I was always told that a clutch is easy to replace. Yeah just keep shopping around untill you feel like you're getting your money's worth. thumbsup


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Feb 22, 1:08am - #108051 
Definatly go with ACT clutch and Fidanza flywheel. Best mods you can do to the GT. And the clutch is not easy to put in cause I put the clutch and flywheel in with a friend and it tool us damn near 11 hours to finish.

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