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> Need Help Finding The Right Clutch! 4g15/4g63t
Andres Munoz
post Oct 20 2012, 06:19 PM
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Alright, my clutch is slipping and i need a new one. but the thing is, i have a 4g15 tranmission , on my 4g63t motor. anyone here know what kind of clutch i can use? need help. thanks.
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post Nov 14 2012, 08:58 AM
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Depending on your power level, a stock turbo clutch and PP should do fine. Anything more aggressive might not allow enough slippage. If it grabs to quickly (like an unsprung), you could damage the transmission.
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