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Suggestions for streetable clutch

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Slouse
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2018/08/07 20:51:40 (permalink)
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Suggestions for streetable clutch

Hey,
The previous owner of my SW20 put a very savage clutch (feels like a button clutch) into the car and I was looking to put something more appropriate for street use in it.
I've thought about going back to stock, but I don't have the original so I was wondering if there were better options.
 
Cheers.
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    TonyMR2
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    Re: Suggestions for streetable clutch 2018/08/07 21:01:51 (permalink)
    +1 (1)
    Greatly depends on engine torque/hp (aka what engine modifications) and driving style (street launching, hill climb/track days).
    IMO get what the mechanic who installs it recommends and holds warranty. Use genuine Toyota throw out bearing.
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    xez
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    Re: Suggestions for streetable clutch 2018/08/09 18:51:46 (permalink)
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    Exedy HD.  Depending on your engine/gearbox, there's a couple of options...
    http://www.exedy.com.au/clutch-finder
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    Re: Suggestions for streetable clutch 2018/08/09 22:01:54 (permalink)
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    xez
    Exedy HD.  Depending on your engine/gearbox, there's a couple of options...
    http://www.exedy.com.au/clutch-finder

    Exedy has been great for me too. I've done multiple track days with no problems.

        Silver 1997 SW20 Bathurst with      

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    Slouse
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    Re: Suggestions for streetable clutch 2018/08/10 18:43:05 (permalink)
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    Cheers, I'll give them a look
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