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Old 02-18-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Changing clutch with longtubes

Okay so im gonna be replacing my clutch here soon and im just wondering if ill be able to do this with my long tubes or if they will make it impossible. Sorry hope this isnt a dumb question. Im also wondering what clutch to go with, i want something streetable but that can take a bit of a beating at the track.
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I'm pretty sire your going to have to drop the longtubes. I know it sucks.
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I'm pretty sire your going to have to drop the longtubes. I know it sucks.
I pray to god you are wrong lol it took a short bit to get em in in the first place... I cant imagine. Anyone else have any experience with this?
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Someone else will chime in and let u know. I just remember somebody else complaining about it in a previous thread. Hopefully I'm wrong lol.
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I'm not sure but I think you will have to drop them. Can you post a pic of you're exhaust by the transmission? I reccomend excedy, that's what I put on my cobra and works great! It can handle up to 450hp
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:58 AM   #6
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You might get lucky and not have to pull them, I had to loosen mine and just push them up and wiggle them around some, didn't have to take them all the way out
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