For BPU, get an RPS pressure plate and a stock disc. (This combination is also known as the RPS Stage 2 or TRD Single Disc, but buying these components separately will save you a good chunk of change.)
Don't forget to get a new stock flywheel, flywheel bolts, snap rings, throwout bearing, pilot bearing, and rear main seal.
TRD Twin is IMHO the easiest to drive of the HIGH torque clutches, i.e. compared to an RPS Stage 3 etc... Too bad it comes with a lightweight flywheel -- all lightweight flywheels cause a lot of transmission rattling at idle.
The lightweight flywheel also makes launching more difficult as it has less inertia.
for basic street use and mild upgrades i would suggest the Clutch Masters Stage 1 kit. very smooth engagment with the organic disk. nice light pedal effort due to the "high leverage" relocated clutch fork design. this also helps keep down the damaging backpressure on the TOB, crank and clutch system. upgraded PP for mild mods and decent holding power. heres a pic....
yes, you will get some "rattling" noise if you put in an high performance light FW such as the Fidanza unit. this is the down side of this, however the bennies are great...faster boost, quicker shifts, less engine braking (more efficeint braking), longer engine life, easier starts, power to the wheels faster.
ive got damn good prices on Clutch Masters kits save even more if you purchase a Fidanza FW with it. email me privatley for more details and pricing.
The instant I fix something, something else breaks - Why does this happen to me everytime?! Had no problems with my car in a long time, then the master cylinder just instantly dies outta nowhere. No biggy, fixed that... now my climate control died lol. All the climate control buttons are dead...
1994 Single Turbo 6sp, 139K miles
stock fuel pump
12 volt fuel mod
All graphs below are second gear.
I was driving the other day and my Innovate SCG-1 triggered a lean fuel boost cut. I have the boost cut set to cut 100% boost and it drops me from 19.0 psi to ~8psi. I really...
I'm having trouble removing the banjo bolt on the fuel pump assembly. Tried everything I could think of besides an impact wrench. Wanted to ask some folks if that was a good idea or not? I'd really appreciate any insight you can offer.
To be clear and avoid miscommunication I found...
Hey guys, I use my Supra on the road course, and I've been using MOTUL 300V 10w40 in my 2JZGTE on pump 94Octane with great results. I will be switching to E85 as soon as I am finished my single turbo/fuel system swap.
- What oils are compatible with E85?
He, I have an issue with my supra mk4, The steering doesn’t response in same time, i mean when i turn right or left I don’t get response immediately. I have to take half turn then the car will turn. What can i do instead of buying a new steering box!