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Old 01-24-2009, 06:40 PM   #1
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Pulled this off a salvage car I had about a year and a half ago. ACT pressure plate with an Exedy disc, but I don't know whether it's an HD or an XT. It's definitely a 1.6 clutch, just not sure of which one.

Either way it's going into the classifieds, so if you want it lemme know. Asking $150 OBO including the Exedy street disc.

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Some info on identifying the ACT PP. See if this helps.

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Old 01-26-2009, 09:30 PM   #3
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dibs, dibs and more dibs
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i think the part number you need will be on one of the diaphragm fingers, on the inside.
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That's what the other thread said, except the newbs at m.net called it "the spring."

Supposedly "135" is the Xtreme pressure plate.
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MZ-014X is on the inside. Quick google turned up that this is actually an Extreme 1.6 pressure plate. Gospeed, you lucky ******. :P

Edit: How's this look to everyone? I don't want to sell a bum piece.

The large-scale discoloration is from the camera, the little bits are on the PP.

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