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LIL RHODY
Mar 22, 10:25am - #131808 
opinions please!

OK...this is my dilemma..

Clutch $298.00
Clutch+Flywheel $678.00
Clutch+Kazuma $714.00

What should I be getting??Im not sure what I want to spend my money on, confused

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LIL RHODY
Mar 22, 10:33am - #131809 
clutch is definate..mine is gone...
i really want an exhaust though...which is most worth it

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Mar 22, 10:36am - #131810 
wtf You got two opinions over here, then deleted your post:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1869889442_0_collapsed_5__1.html


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Mar 22, 11:27am - #131811 
get a TRD JDM clutch and exhaust.

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Mar 22, 12:24pm - #131812 
ACT clutch and light weight flywheel. thumbsup

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Mar 22, 5:25pm - #131813 
ACT Clutch and exhaust, you will get some hp with the exhaust thumbsup

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Mar 22, 5:28pm - #131814 
clutch and TRD...no kazuma unless you don't care.


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Mar 22, 7:45pm - #131815 
If you think your going to end up getting a flywheel sometime anyway you should do it now to save the labor.

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Mar 22, 7:46pm - #131816 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
get a TRD JDM clutch and exhaust.


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Mar 22, 7:54pm - #131817 
Just get the factory Toyota clutch. Only costs under $200, and anything else will be overkill and wear faster due to higher clamping pressures.

People go out buying heavy duty clutches for their Celicas that put down a dismal amount of torque compared to what the clutch can handle.

When shopping for a clutch, bigger isn't always better.



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Mar 22, 8:30pm - #131818 
I would definatly save the labor costs and get the clutch and lightweight flywheel. I'd even want to get an LSD on while it's all apart, but some $$ in that. The exhaust can go on anytime.

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Mar 22, 8:54pm - #131819 
whats all this talk about lsd ?
not speaking of the stuff i have fried myself with, whats lsd stand for?

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Mar 22, 8:59pm - #131820 
Originally Posted by DarkMatter
whats all this talk about lsd ?
not speaking of the stuff i have fried myself with, whats lsd stand for?

limited slip diferential


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Mar 22, 9:05pm - #131821 
Originally Posted by slidr
Just get the factory Toyota clutch. Only costs under $200, and anything else will be overkill and wear faster due to higher clamping pressures.

People go out buying heavy duty clutches for their Celicas that put down a dismal amount of torque compared to what the clutch can handle.

When shopping for a clutch, bigger isn't always better.



thought TRD clutch was supposed to last twice as long due to being made of far superior materials.

I would suggest clutch and flywheel, you can do exhaust anytime. My car is in the shop having tranny replaced, i'm having a fidanza flywheel installed. Last time they worked on my tranny and didn't fix the problem i got a TRD clutch.


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Mar 22, 9:07pm - #131822 
clutch + exhaust + flywheel
you can find kazuma here for like 200 (used)

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