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    Flywheel or no flywheel change

    I'm using my tax return to swap out my whole clutch kit for the fact that ever since I got my car back in July I haven't been a fan of how stiff my clutch pedal was. A few co workers and I believe that there's an aftermarket clutch on the car, but no one knows for certain...one of the many perks of buying a used car...never knowing what the previous owners did. Now my car starts grinding gears once in a while even though the clutch pedal is to the floor. not to mention I can never get it in reverse, and it's hard to get in first. It's just been progressively getting worse so I need to do it soon before I need to buy new gears for my transmission.
    I don't know if the flywheel is stock either or even if I should change it and save a bit of money. The wife and I are trying to get an apartment soon and need 1500 down to move in so I want to save every little bit I can...so I'm buying all of the parts online at subarugenuieparts...disc, pressure plate, release bearing, pilot bearing and even th release fork incase that it's been chewed up a bit
    So would you guys recommend replacing the flywheel as well or save the 250 dollars. I don't want to have to replace it if it really doesn't need to be..\
    Or even if anyone knows how much it would cost to resurface it?

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    I forgot to mention that I need front and rear brakes and possibly shim kits

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    If you're changing the clutch you should change the flywheel too. Some people can get away with resurfacing their flywheel, and some do it only to have their new clutch destroyed in a matter of months.

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    hmm, could be from there being a pulsation still in the resurface perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsibanez View Post
    I'm using my tax return to swap out my whole clutch kit for the fact that ever since I got my car back in July I haven't been a fan of how stiff my clutch pedal was. A few co workers and I believe that there's an aftermarket clutch on the car, but no one knows for certain...one of the many perks of buying a used car...never knowing what the previous owners did. Now my car starts grinding gears once in a while even though the clutch pedal is to the floor. not to mention I can never get it in reverse, and it's hard to get in first. It's just been progressively getting worse so I need to do it soon before I need to buy new gears for my transmission.
    I don't know if the flywheel is stock either or even if I should change it and save a bit of money. The wife and I are trying to get an apartment soon and need 1500 down to move in so I want to save every little bit I can...so I'm buying all of the parts online at subarugenuieparts...disc, pressure plate, release bearing, pilot bearing and even th release fork incase that it's been chewed up a bit
    So would you guys recommend replacing the flywheel as well or save the 250 dollars. I don't want to have to replace it if it really doesn't need to be..\
    Or even if anyone knows how much it would cost to resurface it?
    I have to replace my clutch as well. I'm asking myself the same question: should I just have the flywheel resurfaced, or should I spend the $250 and get a new one? Since this in an old post, I'm wondering what you did and how it turned out for you. I've read on here that resurfacing is not recommended, but I don't just have $250 to drop!

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    I haven't replaced it just yet, although the clutch is still slipping it's holding up just fine unless boosting in 5th gear. But when I replace it I'm going to do the flywheel as well. Better safe then sorry

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