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Ok so what i understand, and what i happened to bumble across is, that the 03-06 rx8 has a 23 spline 240mm clutch disk just like our f2t. Didnt know anywhere else to post this, and was just speading the info.
 

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doesn't really matter, since there are lots of clutch/flywheel options for the 1g :) But good to know JIC.
 

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the rx-7 clutches work in the f2t, i seen a couple used and they worked fine, but their is already alot of clutch options for the 1g
 

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hmmm.... maybe just maybe...

the rx8 uses a complex trigger wheel behind the flywheel i think. i wonder....
if the spline and diameter is the same...what are you thinking there compnutz? trigger wheel for timing control with MS? and here I thought I was going to get away with using the disty VR sensor with EDIS4...well at least try to :lol:
 

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if the spline and diameter is the same...what are you thinking there compnutz? trigger wheel for timing control with MS? and here I thought I was going to get away with using the disty VR sensor with EDIS4...well at least try to :lol:
If the RX-8 is like every other Mazda rotary made the flywheel is attached using a single bolt and a key instead of the 6 or 8 bolts used on Mazda piston engines.

There are plenty of options but I would guess the 7,s especialy have off the shelf "hard core" or exotic clutches available that are not made for the piston motors.
 

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If the RX-8 is like every other Mazda rotary made the flywheel is attached using a single bolt and a key instead of the 6 or 8 bolts used on Mazda piston engines.

There are plenty of options but I would guess the 7,s especialy have off the shelf "hard core" or exotic clutches available that are not made for the piston motors.
all 87-92 mazda rx7 turbo uses the same disk and pressure plate as the f2T, complete bolt on. with the n/a rx7 uses the same 224mm disk as the n/a f2. the 323 turbo,escort,protege also uses the same clutch disk and pressureplate as the n/a f2 (lx,gl)
 
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