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Are the supercharged MK1 clutches compateble to the N/A transmission? I am having clutch problems and all the stage 1 racing clutches I found for sale say that they are for the supercharged MK1 so I want to know if their is any difference between N/A and supercharged. Thanks ahead of time for any information.
 

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depends.
I was actually researching this pretty heavily today.

Exedy part number 16950
Clamping load 1540 pounds
Torque Capacity Increase 82% over stock
Disk O.D. 215mm

Fits....
94-99 Celica GT, GT-S, with 7AFE, 1ZZFE
2000-2005 Celica GT, GTS with 2ZZGE
8/89 - 1992 Corolla GTS with 4AGE
1993 - 1997 Corolla with 1.6L
1993-2003 Corolla with 7AFE
6/85-1989 MR2 with 4age
1999-2004 MR2 Spyder with 1ZZFE

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Exedy Part 16802
Clamping Load 1540 pounds
Torque capacity 32% over stock
Disc O.D. 225mm

1899-1989 MR2 Supercharged


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Exedy Part 16800
Clamping Load 1540
Torque capacity increase 40% over stock
O.D. 215mm

2004-2005 Scion xA xB with 1NZFE

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Exedy part 16804A
Clamping load 1210 pounds
torque increase 38% over stock
Disc OD 215mm
spline 21T Major OD 24.1mm

1985-1987 Toyota Corolla GTS (AE86 RWD) 4AGE

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Exedy Part number TM012SR
Clamping load 2205 pounds
disc od 200mm
spline is 21 teeth

1990-1995 MR2 Turbo 3SGTE
 

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No it wont fit.. different flywheel and different splines on the hub of the clutch.. the flywheel is also too large to fit in NA housing

Brando
 

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I have never used this guy... but he seems to sell a hell of a lot of clutches for hardly any cashola
http://stores.ebay.com/gripforce-com_Toyota-Lexus_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZ1QQftidZ2QQtZkm

The 4age does not need a stage 800 clutch. The stock Toyota clutch handles a huge amount of power and abuse. You look like you are 17, so don't bother getting a ubermega killer hp power torquer clutch. Just get the cheapest you can find and install it and have fun.
 

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Ohh yeah, I thought I put it up their. I have an '89 Mk1, my last MR2 ('86) was fun to drive and stuff and I heard from some people before that if you were planing on doing AutoX or something of the sort it would be wise to get a racing clutch. I dont really know thats why I am asking around for now to see what peoples opinion is about this. And yeah Im 17, but Im not like most of the drivers around here that get their hands on a Honda and start racing and stuff. I have a lot of love for the Mk1 and Im just trying to get the best quality stuff when I need to replace something.
 

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Checked that Ebay link out.....That Exedy clutch kit was exactly what I was looking for. Its a great price too so Im gonna go ahead and get that, :thumbup Thanks for the link, and keep the updates on the TOYSTAR rolling. I been keeping up with it since someone posted it one day on Automotiveforums.com, Most extreme thing I ever seen done to an MR2, :evillaugh .
 

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yup, stock clutches do stock HP levels just fine, unless you are abusive. Have an el-cheapo Exedy i think in the mk2 n/a and its fine, even with occassional auto-x use. I'm pretty sure the 20v has a stocker, and I use it hard every day. No probs yet, grips very well.
 
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