Get the clutch!!!! You will not regret it best clutch i have ever driven on
Due to cost, I think I am going to get the HPF Feramic clutch. There are a bunch of Supras running it that are in the 9 sec range. And the driveability is way better than the Spec Stage 4 that I have now. I will be sending out my flywheel to get resurfaced, to a shop that specializes in that on Monday. Also I just ordered the Mark's Engineering Solid shifter bushings, so that will be here eventually. (Thanks to 97-SC300 for showing me this)
Still have to:
- Get lines made for the catch can
- Install the connectors for the ID2000 injectors into the harness
- Mail out flywheel
- Order clutch
- Get fittings welded onto valve cover and intake pipe for catch can
Sent the flywheel out to get resurfaced in Texas. Sold the 240 and M5, which I am very happy about. Then I ordered all the fittings and lines I need for the catch can setup. I will be doing silver fittings with black stainless lines. I prefer the lines to be hidden, as the normal silver lines stand out too much for me. Also the crimpers I needed for my injectors connectors is here, so I can start that too. And finally, talked to Sharp Hydrographix and I may get the valve covers done (still deciding on color scheme).
So a break down of what's left:
- Wait on flywheel to come back
- Decide to either order clutch or pay credit card
- Redo injectors connectors for ID2000
- Remove injector resistor box and solder wires
- Get valve covers and intake pipe welded and tapped for -10 an fittings, when the fittings and lines show up
I had that clutch on my 6speed , it's very aggressive..
You have have 2 options on the Pressure plate selection , it's either RPS or ACT which are very very heavy.
it's the same as the WOTM clutch aka the Arizona clutch Heavy Pressure plate with except the hpf comes with a feramic disc which is great and holds the power.
gl with the project.
Hmm, that's interesting. From what I read about the HPF Feramic, it is streetable, and holds power well. My current clutch, Spec Stage 4, is said to be very difficult to use everyday but holds power well. The Spec was an on/off switch, I am sure the HPF is going to be better than this. But I will research some more to make sure.
It will hold the power with no problem but it's very harsh, pedal is very very stiff and You will trash that built engine.
Whatever you do do not get act, rps single or spec all of them use the stock toyota PP but when they modifiy it they use a duall diaphram so the pedal is very very stiff , It will hold the power you you will distroy your trust washers in your block .