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EA-EJ swap flywheel/clutch parts questions

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#1 BratSmash



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Posted 09 August 2013 - 02:21 PM


I'm putting a 93 Legacy EJ22 in my 83 Brat GL.  I drilled the flywheel myself (original from EA81), I have the SJR adapter plate, and a EA81 pressure plate and clutch (til I can afford to upgrade).  I've also got the driveplate and reinforcment from the legacy.  I'm wondering what of these parts and in what order these parts go.  The diagrams I found are confusing, I attached one.  This is my first swap, really stoked.

Also, aside from the adapter plate and the already drilled flywheel, do I need to mod any more of these parts?


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#2 redXTwedgie


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Posted 10 August 2013 - 02:55 AM



The only thing you need to worry about in that diagram is the flywheel.


Check out the photo above.  It may help, or maybe another one in there.


Bolt the FW to the crankshaft (don't forget the threadlocker).  Make sure it has a pilot bearing.  Install the clutch disc and PP with the alignment tool.  Install the adaptor plate and then it is ready to attach to the trans. 

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