Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by HatchSpeeD, Mar 23, 2004.
Will an LS clutch/flywheel fit in a GSR tranny?
what year ls?
95 LS, Hydraulic. Looking to get a 94+ GSR tranny and use the clutch/PP/fly that came out of the cracked LS tranny I have. What about the other stuff like throw out bearing and such.
As far as I know, if they are both hydraulic and from the same generation chassis, they should work, but not 100%. the splines might be different. The fly should work no problem and abviously (sp) the clutch setup you want to use worked together before. I say as long as the clutch disk matches the spline on the tranny, it should work fine.
Thanks man. Anyone else know for sure or want to add something?
I'm not 100% sure it will fit- For instance, ACT makes one set of clutches specifically for non-vtec bseries motors and then another line of clutches that fits vtec and non-vtec b series motors- take that as it may, the best advice i can give you is buy the tranny and give it a shot
i think its just for the torque difference dude cause i got a GSR eng/tranny swap and ordered an aftermarket 6 puck clutch (ACT i think.. dont remember) and after i installed it and ran it at the track i discovered i had the LS tranny(same code- Y80) due to a high mph in 3rd gear
EDIT: i think the nonVTEC engine/flywheel is the difference (less area for friction)
See thats what threw me off too! I heard you could interchange them but I looked on ACT's site to see if the model numbers were the same and, they weren't. So yea, i'm still lost.
yeah homie, i def. can't give you a concrete answer- But it doesn't make sense for them not to be interchangable, considering that all b series trannys (except B20A5 & B21A) are interchangable within the b series motors- if there were differences in the diametere or spline count on the input shaft then I dunno how they would be interchangable- BUt honestly, i don't know :shrug:
Heh, me neither.
search. This topic has been gone over before. Yes, any hydrolic b-series clutch will work
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