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Old 02-08-2009, 04:25 PM   #1
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Default Lightweight Flywheel, Clutch and Pressure Plate

I'm selling the following items together:
Fidanza lightweight flywheel (weighs 9 lbs according to my scale).
ACT heavy duty pressure plate (The 134 on shows this is what it should be)
Clutch: I believe it to be a ACT performance disc, but I'm not 100% sure.

The flywheel is from my car and has less than 22K on it, but is quite old. The pressure plate and the clutch are from my donor engine/transmission that had 10K on them. I really don't know enough about these parts to be able to tell how much life is left in them. Nothing has been cleaned or wiped down, these are exactly as they were removed from the car. I'd like to get $300 shipped for everything.

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are there any othe rpart numbers on the pressure plate? specifically starting with "MZ"?
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are there any othe rpart numbers on the pressure plate? specifically starting with "MZ"?
Besides the 134 that's stamped into it, there's only the SFI certification stuff on it. Feel free to call ACT (661-940-7555) tomorrow morning when they open and ask them about it. They will reference it by the 134 stamped in. Is there a certain question that you have about it?
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i was just hoping by some stroke of luck that it was actually the "xtreme" pressure plate. all of the HD pressure plates ive seen/owned have had the model number such as "MZ-012" stamped where yours says "134".

thats all... but if its defintely the HD then i already have one :(
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i was just hoping by some stroke of luck that it was actually the "xtreme" pressure plate. all of the HD pressure plates ive seen/owned have had the model number such as "MZ-012" stamped where yours says "134".

thats all... but if its defintely the HD then i already have one :(
Believe me, if it was the "xtreme" pressure plate I would be keeping it. But for what it's worth, give them a call tomorrow just to make sure. I have been wrong before.
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I somehow listed the price wrong when I started this thread. $300 shipped.

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Lowered the price to $300 shipped.
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I called ACT and gave them the numbers off of the clutch and pressure plate and it comes back as an HDMM rated at 200ft/lbs. and sold only for the 1.6 (ZM1-HDMM). The clutch disc is a stock style clutch made by Daikin in Japan and is the stock replacement for the 626/MX-6.

You didn't say if the engine you pulled it from was a 1.6 or 1.8. Are they interchangeable if you change flywheel and all?
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I called ACT and gave them the numbers off of the clutch and pressure plate and it comes back as an HDMM rated at 200ft/lbs. and sold only for the 1.6 (ZM1-HDMM). The clutch disc is a stock style clutch made by Daikin in Japan and is the stock replacement for the 626/MX-6.

You didn't say if the engine you pulled it from was a 1.6 or 1.8. Are they interchangeable if you change flywheel and all?
I just called them again and according to the person who answered the phone (Ryan) you would be mistaken. It is all for a 1.8L and is rated at 233 ft/lbs. The car I pulled it from is a 1.8 and it's identical in size to the clutch and pressure plate I pulled from my 1.8 car. It's also possible that other cars use the same flywheel, pressure plate or clutch as a Miata, but since I pulled it from a Miata and I'm trying to sell it to others with a Miata I didn't bother asking them to cross reference it on other cars.

Yes they are interchangeable, if you change the flywheel and all. But I'm not selling anything that's made for a 1.6, it's all from a 1.8 and made for a 1.8 car.

The part numbers for all these items are different than what is being offered now. The reason is because these are all older parts. The flywheel is probably 5 years old and the clutch and pressure plate were both made in 2005.
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Aha! The guy I talked to was trying to look up the clutch info by the numbers evident in the picture. I don't know how he came up with the answer. I just told him what they said.
If you ask either of the two parts guys at my place a question, you are likely to get a different answer, too.
That answer works for me.
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Local sale pending.
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Sold, we can lock this thread.
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