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Old 21-01-2013, 11:47 PM   #1
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R34 RB25DE what clutch?

Hi guys

I understand the r34 NA has a shorter box than the GTT, but is the clutch a push or pull type?
I can get back to my build thread once I've bought the right one! Lol
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Old 22-01-2013, 09:39 AM   #2
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Was it converted from a auto to manual??
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No it's always been a manual
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I am pretty sure it will be a pull type then.

Check with the traders Conceptua JDM garage ect.

99% sure as all 34 series had the pull type unless they were converted
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Ok thanks for that mate
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Did you find a new clutch?
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Didnt get one in the end mate. Cleaned up the existing unit. Now shes all back together lol
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Just loan the thread:
Anyone knows which performance clutch i could put on to my neo rb20de gearbox? Im afraid the OEM clutch doesnt like to be pushed too much.

Found one:http://www.kudosmotorsports.com/cata...gt4-p-231.html

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