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Old 10-22-2008, 12:13 PM   #1
arch4life
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Default Clutch questions 06 wrx push type in 05 RS trans mated to 05 sti motor?

So, clutch is on its way out, act only sells a max of 400 ft lb 6 puck for the impreza or rs trans. 5 spd.

i was looking to get a wrx clutch because i believed the transmissions are the same but i realized that the wrx is pull style and the rs is push style.

the 06-07 wrx has a push style clutch. i've checked to ensure that the splines are the same, and the bolt pattern for the flywheel should be the same as the sti shortblock is essentially the same as the 255 in the 06-07 wrx.

the questions are.. will the 06-07 wrx 5spd clutch clear the bellhousing on the 05 rs transmission? the case is the same right?

and

will i need a new clutch cylinder or will the stock one be sufficient? (should be)


thanks, its sort of a weird situation but i'm hoping the bolt up lego style subaru components will save me from buying a clutch that is too weak for the torque i'm putting down. yet still allow me to street the car.
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