This is what I was wondering - I assume you got the top bell housing bolts with lots of extensions? When I did the clutch on my IS300 last year I used about 3.5ft of them.Haven’t edited it yet, sorry work has been busy I should have it done on Sunday. It’s not too bad of a job the only hard parts are getting to the bellhouse bolts and while your lowering it down there are wires and slave cylinder lines on the top of the trans. I’ll see if I have a scale to weigh the tranny.
For first-time poster this is a good start. You immediately contribute to the community. Good job and welcome!Hi first time poster I’m putting in the clutch master set from good win if anyone wants to know the process I’ve taped it from the basic start with basic tools no lift.
I'm going to assume that the noise isn't the clutch all by itself but the combination of the clutch and the lightweight flywheel. I was thinking about getting the clutch just for the grab of it without the flywheel. What say you?I had 26 thousand on it, the clutch and flywheel were fine but the throw out bearing was bad. Pretty sure the Mazda bearings are made out of cheap metal. The clutch masters setup shifts smooth and grabs way harder. The only caveat is the noise at lower rpms sounds like Ducati. Also order all your bolts in advance the kit doesn’t come with any or the throw out bearing. Overall it’s worth it the revs come on so much faster with the flywheel, and I drive with the top down so the excessive noise doesn’t bother me. If you like the refined ride the fiat has don’t change it car sounds broken with the clutch.
Absolutely agree - very beautiful flywheel.[QUOTE="The Chin, with the setup you have I would recommend the whole package (the multi piece flywheel is machinery art) but yeah that’s also an option probably should call up Goodwin or Clutch masters for expert advice.