Posted 09 October 2004 - 07:56 PM
what year is your vehicle? What model is it?
1) You need a flywheel, you don't have one as danbob said. The problem is there's two types of flywheels/clutches/pressureplates/tobs(throw out bearings)/tranny's. One is a pull style used only on the turbo cars (legacy sport sedan, impreza wrx, impreza wrx sti, legacy gt, outback xt, forester xt, baja turbo). It is also only hydraulic, and was adapted from porsches design. The other type is a push style used on almost every other car whether subaru or not. On subaru's any non-turbo gets a push style, up until I think 97 or 98 they were all cable actuated. Afterwhich they were switched to hydraulic.
2) This will only work if you use a hydraulic setup, which push or pull, the clutch mastercylinder is still in the same spot.
3) This will only work with a pull style setup. The parts are shaped differently.
4) You need a bunch more ****:
Driveshaft, transmission cross member and bolts, transmission mount, throw out bearing and clips if push style, clutch cable if you go with a cable actuated clutch, clutch master and slave cylinder if you go with hydraulic setup, also the line for that, center consle dash piece is different auto and manual, shift boot and shift knob, upper engine to trans bolts, ecu depending on year, some other minor things I cant think of.
One thing I noticed in that picture of the tranny, it looks like a pull style transmission. For one the slave cylinder is behind the fork, which means it would push on the top and pivot so that the bottom was PULLING the clutch out. Also the clutch fork looks like a pull style fork. Now this means a bunch of stuff to you. you're almost undoubtbly going to need a new rear diff since the only trans's that are pull that would be removed at this point are either a legacy sport sedan or an impreza wrx. the sport sedan has a 3.900 final drive and the wrx has a 3.900 final with a 1.1:1 stepper which makes the rear final a 3.545. Thoug htat may be confusing you just nee to know that you will either need a 3.545 or 3.900 rear end. The only way to check which you need would either be to open up the tranny or decypher the transmission codes. I can't help you on that one though. At anyrate, this also means you're able to use wrx aftermarket parts now. Flywheel, clutch/pressure plate, etc....
I was going to say some more stuff but I just went blank, sorry.