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Discussion in 'Drivetrain' started by SpeedDemon, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. SpeedDemon

    SpeedDemon Well-Known Member

    Ok I want to know what the best clutch for the alltrac to get. I want something that will give me the best performance but yet last me a long time.
  2. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    spec. and it's pricey. i think 935 has the best price but try and find it elsewhere. 935 is a one man show and may have very slow shipping.
  3. lsgheero

    lsgheero Well-Known Member

    not to steal the thread but since it deals with clutches whats a good one for a 3s-fe (and can it be used in a GE later if a swap occured)
  4. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    i personally use nothing but the centerforce dual frictions. i've used that clutch on my FE and GTE motor and have never had a problem. but on the FE pretty much everything works. avoid anything that isn't a circle.
  5. Edward_H

    Edward_H Guest

    it depends on that mods you have. We were using (IIRC) the 4runner clutch and it worked like a champ. However the only mod was higher boost on the stock ct26.

  6. Saint

    Saint Guest

    just for curiosity
    can a 3sgte flywheel and clutch fit on a 3sge gts?
  7. Gurr

    Gurr Guest

    Southbend also makes clutches for the 3sgte. I am not sure how they hold up or anything. But considering the company makes clutches for turbo diesel trucks, they can't be to bad :wink:
  8. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    i've looked at those but nobody i know has run one on a 165. i have friends that swear by them on 3KGT's. they are certainly up to the task i would think.
  9. Gurr

    Gurr Guest

    To Mafix, I cannot find anyone running a southbend on a 165 either but I shall be this summer. If I can get a decent job. Plus, as you know, Griffin from Alltrac.net is running one on his 185 and says its doing good.
  10. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    that's good to know.
  11. Alwayzsidewayz

    Alwayzsidewayz ST162 Guru Donated!

    I will be running an OEM ST205 clutch in my 165, along with a Fidanzza Flywheel and ARP bolts.

    My thinking is that my plans for the engine are only for a max of 300bhp, so a stock clutch will offer me good wear and driving, while standing upto the occasional qtr mile run.

    Plenty of the uk 205s run 300 bhp on stock clutches.

    It also was very cost efficent, at only £130.00.
  12. racerb

    racerb Well-Known Member

    Hey I'm running a South-Bend clutch in my '87 GTS, and it's held up great for 2 seasons of track events and auto-xing. I even purchased their low end (as in) cheap model and have zero complaints, hooks up much better than stock, but with no added pedal effort. I will buy more from them in the future, but will get a 4 or 6 puck race disk when I've upped my HP.

    racerb 8)
  13. sr5punk

    sr5punk Well-Known Member

    sorry to bring up an old thread. i believe i need to replace my clutch. when i shift from 2 to 3 the revs go up and the gear doesnt grab. its starting happen in 4 now too. so i am wondering if I should replace just the clutch or should the flywheel and all the other items as well? i am looking to get just a oem toyota clutch from toyotapartscheap.com. i am just wondering if there is anything you guys would reccomend over the oem clutch and flywheel for my 89 gt-s? thanks!
  14. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    new clutch KIT. your pressure plate is shot. you may want to resurface the flywheel but no need to replace it.
  15. sr5punk

    sr5punk Well-Known Member

    totally awesome. really appreciate it. any reccomendations on a clutch kit or should i just go with a toyota one? thanks again
  16. sr5punk

    sr5punk Well-Known Member

    found a centerforce kit for like 300 plus shipping. would end up being about 350 total. can provide a link later. is that a decent price for a centerforce?
  17. Dman_23

    Dman_23 Guest

    The center force dual friction stage 1 is strong enough to shear the flywheel bolts in a misshift from 2nd to 1st instead of 3rd. At 7300 rpm no less. Scary as hell, and really boggling when removing the tranny afterwards.

    The disc in the centerforce is an exedy unit, and the pressure plate is made by DK, so in all it's pretty decent. I think you could find a better price if you look around.
  18. sr5punk

    sr5punk Well-Known Member

    awesome. thanks for the help.

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