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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by pills_PMD, Feb 21, 2003.

  1. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    LSD ... yummy
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    hondata intake manifold gasket:
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    exedy ITR organic disk:
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    exedy ITR pressure plate:
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    bolted up:
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  2. BigJ

    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    Never saw one before it was used and abused. Very nice, looks like a regular street/strip disc.
     
  3. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    you got it

    33% stronger than an OEM ITR clutch

    which is stronger than the stock b16 clutch that was in there.
     
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    Very nice. It should still be just as smooth as the ITR unit, right?
     
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    i just ordered one from clutch city online. lemme know how it is.
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    yes. it engages a bit stiffer than my b16 clutch did, but that is expected. the ITR one was slightly stiffer and this is stronger than that, but it feels like OEM quality.. i didn't drive it really hard yet obviously :) but it felt very nice for the little driving i did
     
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    Cool. My ACT is significantly stiffer than anything I've driven at a dealership, but it's still livable- I'm just curious how it compares to your setup.
     
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    nice pills! did you have to trim your hondata gasket, where the ports are? i did not when i put mine on, but someone told me i should have... it was hard to see, but it looked like it lined up ok with the head.
     
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    cool beanz y0!.. im shopping for clutches right now.. i just wanna know.. why exedy?? and not act or cm or "insert whatever brand here" ??
     
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    is that a 6 puck calesta?
     
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    he said in a diffrent post that he new a guy that could get only exedy clutches for cheap
     
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    i dont read every thread :p
     
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    Nope. HD pressure plate, SS disc.
     
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    beotch, thats the setup im gonna be running
     
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    I've posted this before -but I love the Exedy stuff. If you look every high end Japanese tuner runs them. The flywheel clutch combo makes a mind blowing differnce, as far as N/A stuff goes. I can get them for a great price too. I can get others cheaper but with Exedy I definately felt it was worth the money. Our project cars will use them from now on. It's going to break the bank on our S2K though.
     
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    no it's actually that i dont trust ACT or clutchmasters.

    it's my dad's shop that get's exedy clutches for cost.

    daikin makes most of the OEM clutches for japanese cars and i trust OEM quality.
     
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    Fuck Clutchmasters in the face. Trashed my motor and tranny after 5K.
     
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    japan makes the best car parts... i thought it was abundantly obvious....
     
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    I hope you meant for "mild builds" Adam, b/c OEM Japan (stuff from Honda) isn't always the best. :) IMO that is.
     
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    aem uses excedy clutches and puts their name on them.
     
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