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    Will the spec release bearing be OK or should I get a Toyota one?

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    Toyota just use sourced bearing anyway, see what name is on the 1 you have?
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    Clutch is not with me yet. I hope I get it tomorrow

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    93 jspec 6spd single, Heavy right foot
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    Should be fine I would think.

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    So I got my new spec stage 3+ and the hub is solid 12-rivet. Is the hub not meant to be double sprung on the stage 3+?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjs_82 View Post
    So I got my new spec stage 3+ and the hub is solid 12-rivet. Is the hub not meant to be double sprung on the stage 3+?
    Looking at this spec, yes it is Spec stage 3+ clutch for supra

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    My one is not sprung like that

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    So I have my new clutch in. It's hard to get into gear when not moving it's OK when driving. Why is that? The bite is at the top of the pedal

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjs_82 View Post
    So I have my new clutch in. It's hard to get into gear when not moving it's OK when driving. Why is that? The bite is at the top of the pedal
    You might want to give Chris Wilson a call or email on this. First thing I'd be asking is does the uprated clutch work with the standard bore master cylinder if you retained the stock cylinder but Chris if you can track him down would be able to sort you out.

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    Did not know there was a big bore master cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjs_82 View Post
    Did not know there was a big bore master cylinder.
    Titan do the willwood one, Bijal has them too, never heard of the requirement to have one

    SSI are a spec clutch agent, might be worth getting marty or Colin to take a look

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    See link, this was my experience with the clutch, with the stage 4 the car was a pig to drive, just judders and jerks, it was either in or out nothing inbetween, the stage 2 street clutch is great, no slipping at all and drives like stock. I am running 450 bhp. Herbie.


    http://www.mkivsupra.net/vbb/showthr...late-wrong-way

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