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speed_celica
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speed_celica Nov 16, 6:37pm - #327701 

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Fidanza flywheel

Sorry guys, kind of a newbie question... I hoping to purchase a fidanza flywheel, do I have to change the clutch when I have that installed or could I get away with the stock clutch? If I have/should change the clutch, what do you guys recommend.

Final question... those of you that has the fidanza flywheel, where did you get it from? Any help would be appriciated!!!
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spaztikid Nov 16, 7:58pm - #327702 
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you can use whatever clutch you have in there thumbsup
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AZZKIKR Nov 16, 8:04pm - #327703 

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Fidanza flywheel can bu used with whatever clutch you have...if you have close to 60K miles on your car then you will want to change the cltuch out tho...buy it at titanmotorsports.com
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speed_celica
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speed_celica Nov 16, 8:25pm - #327704 

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Well, I have 60K km... I guess might as well change the clutch too then. Thanks for the help guys!!! grin
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AZZKIKR Nov 16, 9:14pm - #327705 

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that means you only have like 30,000 miiles...you are fine for right now...you don't really need to change it until you hit around 100,000 km...that's around 60,000 miles...that is, unless you beat the hell out of your car constantly
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speed_celica Nov 16, 10:00pm - #327706 

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Yeah, that'll save me some money! I don't drive the car that much cus i park it every winter (live in Canada)!
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shonen Nov 16, 10:24pm - #327707 
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You might as well get an upgraded aftermarket clutch set up, because it costs the same for the installation since you have to remove the clutch to install the new flywheel. If you do get a new clutch make sure to get a disc with springs and not a solid hub, its better for the lightened flywheel.
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 17, 2:41am - #327708 

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I would do the Clutch too dude. Its a lot of labor to do the flywheel and the flywheel is bolted to the clutch. Save yourself time and money and do both at the same time.

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importcarbabe Nov 17, 2:43am - #327709 

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yeah just upgrade it when you get the flywheel put in it will save time and money.

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speed_celica Nov 17, 5:00am - #327710 

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Thanks for the input guys! thumbsup I'm considering the ACT street clutch, it's $315 on titanmotorsport.com Does anyone have any experiences with these?
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