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Old 11-Jul-2016, 07:00 PM
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93 eg sedan transmission/ clutch problems

I got a quick question and hope i can find an answer. Im wondering why my car wont go into gear when i let off the clutch it wont catch the gears. It shifts through them fine just when i release the clutch it doesnt grab you can hear it try to grab but doesnt.
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you mean the shifter goes into any gear but the car doesn't move when you let off the pedal? if so you need a new clutch
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Yes thats what i ment. And also i have a stage 2 clutch cant i just buy a stage 2 clutch kit and replace the parts.?
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that's basically exactly what you need to do, tho what else is done to the car that you need a stg 2? I dunno bout D series torque capabilities for a stock clutch but I ran an Exedy OEM spec (Denjin is Exedy and their OEM factory for Honda) in a B series making about 200hp to the wheels and probably somewhere between 150-180 tq for over a year and was able to sell that clutch and flywheel cause it still looked almost new even with a dozen lapping days and a few 1/4 passes and a lot of spirited driving. Just sayin, an OEM spec or even stg1 might be sufficient and save you the cost of machining a flywheel
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Its pretty much stock just got a cold air intake a full exhaust and a header. And the stage 2 clutch.
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I highly recommend going to an Exedy OEM spec then. It'll do just fine and drive much nicer. I'd bet the savings would go toward a lighter flywheel.

Don't go too light tho, you want something a little lighter than stock, but not like a full on race wheel. Either that or take the stock one, call around local machine shops and see if you can find someone to shave a little weight outta it.
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