Started by BigMike, May 27, 2010, 10:25:00 AM
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Quote from: Sirdeuce on October 31, 2010, 12:26:18 AMWill that clutch fit the Poupe'?
Quote from: BigMike on October 30, 2010, 07:47:02 PMQuote from: BryanH on October 30, 2010, 04:30:48 PMHmm, I can't remember that far back... :) I think I usually had a 2psi difference front to rear, fronts were anywhere from 28-32 psi IIRC.Okay, thank you for the feedback, sounds good. I have mine set at 32 in the rear and 27 up front at the moment This is a developing story that reached its first high point today. When I did the 4A-GZE swap back in May I didn't have much $$ and needed to get the car running ASAP. So I was forced to run my old badly worn-out 4-pluck Exedy clutch that has been growling at me ever since. It is embarrassing, but if anyone asks I just say this is what all high performance ceramic clutches sound like The original plan was to get a 6-speed built sometime in July when I got back from Japan, but it didn't happen. So I've been saving $$ ever since and finally bought one from Southwest Foreign Auto Parts out of Pacoima (LA). I had a customer (who lives in Bakersfield & commutes to LA for work) pick it up and bring it to his house in Bakersfield.Today I went to Bakersfield to pick it up. I called Big-K to see if he wanted to take a road trip so I wouldn't be bored out of my mind, and he and his wife Vern-o took me in their Corolla to pick up the 6spd.The trans I got is a C60 from a 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS with only 64,000 miles on it. (Interesting, the XRS was only offered for two years and came with the 2ZZ-GE) I got a GREAT DEAL on it because it has a cracked case (see 2nd pic below). I only need the 3rd housing (tail housing) in order to convert a C5X into a 6spd, so this is PERFECT. Tomorrow I will extract the 6-speed gear set and get it ready to go into a C52 shell.BigMike
Quote from: BryanH on October 30, 2010, 04:30:48 PMHmm, I can't remember that far back... :) I think I usually had a 2psi difference front to rear, fronts were anywhere from 28-32 psi IIRC.
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