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Old 06-17-2009, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any Of You Know What Brand Is The Factory Clutch (aisin OR DENSO ETC) And How Many Spines Have ,i Have Installed On My Car The Exedy Clutch And It Field More Like An Stage 2 Clutch And I Want To Replace For A Soft Clutch With Less Grip
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Any Of You Know What Brand Is The Factory Clutch (aisin OR DENSO ETC) And How Many Spines Have ,i Have Installed On My Car The Exedy Clutch And It Field More Like An Stage 2 Clutch And I Want To Replace For A Soft Clutch With Less Grip
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I don't have the boxes any more, but here you can see a stock clutch on the right, and an aftermarket clutch on the left. Second picture shows the back of the clutch discs. I used to have to swap clutches every year (abusive right foot sometimes). This one aftermarket cutch from Petroworks does not grab but will stand up to many years (8 now) of abusive rock crawling... It is all I install now. (Petroworks High Performance Clutch )


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Hi VIRGOPELO,

Here 's an extract from my SJ-410 Parts List Book for Clutch.

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Thanks To Both Of You Great Replay I See The Big Difference The Factory And The Aftermarket The One That I Have On My Sammy Is A Daikin Exedy And It Looks Like The One That You Have From Petroworks And I Being Drivind The Car For 2 Year And Still It Push Like A Mule Jajaja But The Other Day I Take A Drive In Another Sammy With The Factory Clutch And Is Way Softer And Since I Use More Like A Daily Driver I Will Like To Replace The One That I Have For The Factory I Guest That I If Only Replace The Pressure Plate It Will Be More Soft Or I Should Get The Disk Too?
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Thanks To Both Of You Great Replay I See The Big Difference The Factory And The Aftermarket The One That I Have On My Sammy Is A Daikin Exedy And It Looks Like The One That You Have From Petroworks And I Being Drivind The Car For 2 Year And Still It Push Like A Mule Jajaja But The Other Day I Take A Drive In Another Sammy With The Factory Clutch And Is Way Softer And Since I Use More Like A Daily Driver I Will Like To Replace The One That I Have For The Factory I Guest That I If Only Replace The Pressure Plate It Will Be More Soft Or I Should Get The Disk Too?
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You should replace them both as a set.
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Hi To All The Factory Clutch Is The Aisin Disk And Presure Plate I Get Both Items From The Dealer And I Installed Today And Yes This Clutch Is More Soft Plate ,i Use My Car Most Of The Time For Daily Driver So I Rather Have A Lite Less Grip
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