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looking for opinions on running a higher level (dual friction/puck style) n/a clutch on the F2T.

will it hold up to 250 ft lbs torque? 300 ft lbs torque?

thoughts, opinions etc.
 

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1st n/a clutch will not fit on the flywheel. too small. the turbo uses 240mm vs 225mm n/a. you can buy ebay stage 3 6puck clutch, they held up great on project primer
 

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i'm using an n/a flywheel also.
 

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just wondering... why?
 

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i'm using an n/a flywheel also.
in that case, you should be fine.. I do have 2 brand new 6 puck n/a disc laying around is you interested..im running one on my n/a and it help 113hp shot nitrous without slipping. and still use the car for daily driver.they are kevlar
 

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this is for the MX-7 project i'm working on. the factory b2200 clutch/flywheel setup is not gonna hold the F2T torque.

if it held up to ur n2o shot and u can daily drive it that's basically all i'm looking for.

what flywheel clutch setup did you use ademan? brand i mean.
 

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yeah i've singled it down to them of buying from a semi-local place here.


from what i've gathered on mazdatruckin...

i can use any n/a FC clutch (which gives me ceramic, puck, dual friction etc to choose from) but i have to use either the b2000 or b2200 pressure plate and flywheel.

i dont forsee that being a problem.
 
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this is for the MX-7 project i'm working on. the factory b2200 clutch/flywheel setup is not gonna hold the F2T torque.

if it held up to ur n2o shot and u can daily drive it that's basically all i'm looking for.

what flywheel clutch setup did you use ademan? brand i mean.

the one i bought on ebay for the n/a is called EZclutch, they have a website, and there clutch are pretty good, heavy duty pressure plate, 6 puck disk rated for 375tq.
eBay Motors: 83-92 MAZDA 626 MX-6 323 RACING STAGE 3 CLUTCH KIT B6T (item 350139950368 end time Dec-19-08 18:31:28 PST)
this is the one you want for the n/a. the n/a f2 uses the same disk and pressure plate as the 323 turbo. this is a complete kit and they have a good customer support when to talk to them on the phone. overall great experience with the clutch so far, its alreay over 6k miles on it.
 

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thanks for that.


found out i also have the opiton to go with the n/a FC RX-7 clutch discs.

so at least i've got a few directions i could go.
 
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thanks for that.


found out i also have the opiton to go with the n/a FC RX-7 clutch discs.

so at least i've got a few directions i could go.
yes, the n/a fc rx7 uses the same disc as the n/a probe/mx6/626/323 turbo.the pressure plate onthe fc will need one hole drill out for fit the n/a f2 flywheel. but you can alway use the 323 turbo/escort pressure plate for direct bolt up to the n/a f2 flywheel
 

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I dont have nuttin against the ebay 6 puck clutches but i dont trust dem for some reason. they seem to0 cheap to me. i have had a act 6 puck without springs for 2 yrs n its great, no slipping but i think the pressure plate it killing my slaves, i been running through them. But if it works why stop
 

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southbend ofe ftw. had mine for a few years, beat the crap out of it plenty of times making over 300ft lbs. never slipped once
 

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My stocker isn't slipping on my 57 trim. If you're going to be going with any garrett turbo, I would stick with the stocker. The torque spike in the stocker and hybrid is what kills the clutch.
 

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I am using an Exedy Sports organic MZK6806SO.....its a pretty much the same as a stock system except the cover has 1900lb clamp pressure instead of 1200lb on the stocker. I wanted to steer clear of puck clutches as this car gets driven in stop start traffic.

I was going to get a special one done up like a couple of people here in Oz have got with 2600lb clamp, which is made up out of Rx7 springs and different bits and pieces....but I needed it in a hurry, and couldnt wait for the other one to be made up.
 

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My stocker isn't slipping on my 57 trim. If you're going to be going with any garrett turbo, I would stick with the stocker. The torque spike in the stocker and hybrid is what kills the clutch.
u mean stock GT??

i can't use a stock GT clutch.
 

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tbird to start.

i don't want to worry about tuning while i'm working out kinks in a swap
 
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