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Old 09-15-2008, 06:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
Registered: Oct 2007
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Clutch install instructions

I've been getting PMs asking questions on Evo clutch installs, so I thought I'd just share instructions I used with everyone. If anyone else has any input, feel free to throw it out!

EVO Motorsports - Evo VIII Performance Upgrades and Accessories - Clutch & Flywheel Install

I like these instructions because the writer included torque specs and great pics in the steps. A couple of things that I found handy (and would strongly recommend) are jacking both the front and rear of the car up at least 2 feet and having a buddy help you with the transmission removal/replacement. For tools, you only need standard tools for most of the job, but when it comes to pulling the transmission out, I'd recommend a real tranny jack (though you could rig a standard jack for the job) Also, look at step 14 for removing the drivers side axel. I used the technique suggested.

"Since the puller is not designed to hold a bolt, we simply welded an M8x1.25 bolt to a nut that matched the thread of the puller (middle pic). The bolt was threaded into the shaft and it was out in just 2 quick pulls"

Other than that, just give yourself an entire weekend for the job. I'd never done a mitsubishi clutch, as I am a former Honda guy, so the job took me around 20 hours.

Ok... I think that's all the info you guys would need. Feel free to post up questions if you have any!

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