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Old 16 Sep 2006, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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clutch size.

i have a 1998 s plate impreza turbo uk model and req a clutch soon. if have noticed that there are 2 sizes of clutch a 225mm or a 230mm am an unsure what size i have. any help greatful. also any is there anything to look out for when doing the clutch.
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Wouldnt the make and model of the car be enough when ordering the clutch? I'd assume unless you have an uprated engine of sorts ie power and torque, the straight replacement clutch would/should give you no hassles?
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i believe its the 225mm, i think thats what i`ve got on mine.
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