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Old 01 January 2011, 15:54   #1
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im going to replace the clutch in my 04 sti soon with an exedy pink clutch
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Old 01 January 2011, 15:57   #2
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Im in the same situation mate. Ive been told it could take up to 6-7hrs to do, but my mate reckons he did his himself in 4 hours. Don't know of an actual price though suppose it depends where you take it and labour rates
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Old 01 January 2011, 16:01   #3
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im going to phone scoobyworks in loughborough on tuesday,
they list the job as 479 but not sure if thats for a 5 or 6 speed.
they say the job takes 3-4 hours
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Old 01 January 2011, 16:09   #4
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the garage i go to will do it for me 180 and ill supply the clutch and flywheel so nice saving there
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Old 01 January 2011, 16:14   #5
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Think im looking about that sort of price too. My mechanic charges 35 an hour labour plus VAT, so Im probably looking at 170 with me supplying clutch if its a four hour job. Happy with that.
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I paid 170 to get mine done on a classic .. with about 240 ish for the clutch .. not cheap .. but a world of difference ..
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Old 01 January 2011, 16:33   #7
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Contact Harvey Smith on here for a good quote on fitting and a good price on the clutch.
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Ive used these before, they have a unit In Blackpool.

They seem competitive on price although I havent used them recently.

http://shop.ebay.co.uk/techniclutch/m.html

As for clutch fitting:

I watched Scoobyteknix fit my old car (5 speed) on a ramp, and without going into too much detail he did the gearbox removal method and it took 3 hours with a brew break and ciggy in between.

At the same time a Classic STI turned up for the clutch install, but also a new water pump and cam belt. He did this on the floor (engine out obviously) in the same time as mine give or take 15mins

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499 from ap or was last year 150 labour total around 650 ish sorry forgot to mention flywheel in on the price to

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whats harveys username? and also where is he based??
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Harvey,Darlington
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Harvey Darlington I think
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Tubbytommy,
Where you're based mate?
Asking because i'll be doing mine as well in next month and i've been quoted 150
I live in Bedford.
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i live in kettering about 20 miles away
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479 price includes clutch by the way
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Excedy 6 speed - pink box(up to 400bhp) clutch kit about 300-350 for clutch kit alone, Then 150-200 for fitting, Dont bother with the silver box one as it will probably start slipping with 360/360 IMHO

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I paid 800 for a pink Exeedy 6 speed clutch complete kit and brand new subaru fly wheel all fitted .

Change the fly wheel as well not worth the risk of clutch judder

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change or skim the flywheel does it matter??
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change or skim the flywheel does it matter??
If the garage can skim, or have someone they use to skim it, and are confident, then there's no issue skimming it
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