View Full Version : clutch, headers, LW fly installed! :D

03-15-2006, 11:23 PM
you lucky guys and gals are the first to see my pictures of my project this week. i installed the following
-exedy stage 1 organic clutch
-primitive racing 14.9 lbs fly
-borla replica headers

here are some pix! btw...took me FREAKIN" monday, tuesday, and this morning for this Bi@tch :( but ENJOY! :D

header w/ no bolt...need help..bolted out when taking out stock headers? and wouldn't go in afterwards???wtf

Uncle Scotty mix! LOVE THIS SHIT!
oh NO's!!!! we got a leak :(
stock presure plate...warped like a MF
INTAKE YO! see no MAF adapter...just for jokes :D
stockers vs. borla replica's
my buddies who helped!

03-16-2006, 12:12 AM
How hard was the clutch to replace and how much did the flywheel and clutch cost? I have to think about this as necessary maintenance in the next few months.

03-16-2006, 08:15 AM
I had the exhaust studs come out with the nuts. You really should install the studs before you put the exhaust up there, it will give you a little more room to get it all the way in with no stresses, then install the nut. It the threads are messed up run a tap in there, if they are really bad get a heli-coil installed.

03-16-2006, 11:01 AM
awsome tip...i got that from nasioc also!
-as for the cost of clutch and how hard it was! totally work the time to DIY if you got the time and alittle skill. saved me a prutty penny!
cost of clutch....if you look around....depends what you want...organic stage 1 exedy is 330 shipped from rs25. LW fly is around 250-400 depends what you want...don't get to light! my car totally roars at 4rpms....headers help alot with flow....btw im running to catback right now...shop in gonna do it on monday. that i don't have the tools to do and it cost only 50 bucks for him to cut and weld my exhaust together! :O

04-13-2006, 11:49 PM
Where did you get those borla header copies?

04-14-2006, 06:07 AM
Guess you don't need this intake then???!!!

04-14-2006, 07:44 AM
If that exhaust stud is not going back in easy you want to get a tap through there. If there is too much damage to the threads you are going to need to install a heli coil, or a larger bolt/stud. As said above, you really want to do all this with the headers off, it will be easier and better to do it that way.

04-14-2006, 09:08 AM
-i was the lucky one's you got the deal on christmas...
my girlfriend bought it for me as my christmas present! :-D
she said it was a buy it now for 125 plus 25 dollars shipping.
that's a STEAL! lolz...
-yo, the transaction is going through :twisted:
hopefully this will make me faster, alittle :lol:
-i finally got my lazy @ss up and got under the car.
unbolt the header bolts and redid every bolt before
tightening all of it. works like a charm....