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OOps!! P10 Clutch in a P11!!

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When my clutch blew this winter, I used the key value clutch in my 99t!! I'm just realizing this now as I troubleshoot a strange vibration in the drivetrain. I also found a ripped boot on my driverside axle, which is completly understandable considering the axle has 180000 miles on it and my 99t is SLAMMED 24/7/365 in MASS!!!! As far as the clutch, I don't know what kinda crack I was smoking when I ordered, recived, and installed the wrong clutch. LESSON: IF YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO DO IT RIGHT , YOU BETTER HAVE TIME TO DO IT AGAIN!!! SO needless to say I have a few projects to do. Axle, clutch, motor mounts, upper mounts for tein ss coilovers, maybe an upper right link, tranny fluid swap, front o2 sensor. Hopefully thats it!~!
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they are all the same.
Really, Infinitiparts lists it as 91-96. I thought I was losing it!! Well then I have to figure out why this clutch doesn't feel right. I didn't cut the flywheel, I only glazed it with my air sander and I used the key value kit w/o greasing the throwout bearing. Haste makes waste I guess!
Wow you just about did everything wrong. No wonder it doesn't feel right.
hey i'm boston, what color is ur g20, i think i seen it
im guessing its the white one, u should have seen mine before and im always seeing g20casanova around (tvs, vetern plates, black rims)
Your car looks dope!! Heres my pretty girl!!

Slow and Low around here!!!:cool:
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Do you have coilovers? What size are those wheels?

something very strange about this thread? Can anyone tell what it is!
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We all have G20's? There all P11's?
you ********.
what part of boston you from, havent seen u around
Wow you just about did everything wrong. No wonder it doesn't feel right.
True but you can usually get away with glazing the flywheel (of course YMMV). I usually use a piece of emery cloth to cut the surface it it. But... I don't mess with the TOB or the clutch fork! If you fail to grease them up or make sure they have smooth engagement you'll be in a world of clutch cable stretching, gritchy pedal hell!

That' what I am getting mike. Gritchy clutch. But 99G's went to a hydro clutch. Im not sure if we did the tob. It is a beeyatch because there are multiple problems. I'm getting fuel cut from a bad knock sensor, i need sway bar links ,motor mounts, and an axle!!!
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