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Clutch and Flywheel installation... #439204 Apr 10, 9:40am Apr 10, 9:40am
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Clutch and Flywheel installation...
Alright...

I went by one of the shops here and said they could install exedy clutch and some flywheel for 850 dollars which is not bad at all, but I was wondering how much would you have to take apart to get to the clutch? Just take off the transmission? Just wanna know that before I go ahead and start working on something that is gonna take me several days, maybe weeks... Also, I am getting the fidanza flywheel, but what clutch do you guys think i should go with? (I am staying N/A, and not modding it a whole lot..) Just want something with a little better pressure and can take a little more beating...

Thank you,

Andreas

Re: Clutch and Flywheel installation... [Re: OsloGTS] #439205 Apr 10, 9:47am Apr 10, 9:47am
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ACT or RPS... most turbo celicas are getting RPS so that's kinda overkill if you just going N/A

Re: Clutch and Flywheel installation... [Re: Pnoy] #439206 Apr 10, 10:19am Apr 10, 10:19am
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yeah, you take off the transmission then have access to the clutch.

Re: Clutch and Flywheel installation... [Re: eclipseturbogsx] #439207 Apr 10, 1:33pm Apr 10, 1:33pm
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No, don't move your tranny.

Its harder to do that because you have 3 mounts & you have to drop the drive shafts. Unbolt your engine & let it snug up to the passenger side of the engine bay & you should have enough room to work. You should be able to do it in a day if you have some help & an engine hoist.

Re: Clutch and Flywheel installation... [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #439208 Apr 10, 7:12pm Apr 10, 7:12pm
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Thanks guys smile thumbsup
hopefully I'll have it done by NOPI april 22-24

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