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    Need help with positioning slave cylinder on niteparts bellhousing? what did you do?

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    Any problem with this coz I'm gonna run it

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    As long as it throws the clutch fork far enough and it doesn't move it'll be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    As long as it throws the clutch fork far enough and it doesn't move it'll be fine
    Thanks will test once I get my flywheel bolts and put the motor in

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    Dig.....
    What clutch fork and pivot did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futo_gt86 View Post
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    What clutch fork and pivot did you use?
    The w5x one

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    I'm using ST20V 212mm flywheel and I don't know which clutch fork/ball combination to use to get it right.
    I also purchased Niteparts CNC bearing carrier extension, as supplier suggested, to be used with low profile FWD 20V Pressure Pate.
    The 20V starter motor doesn't fit, not even close.

    What clutch setup, was it GZE, 20V, Smallport, Bigport?
    What starter motor did you use?
    What slave is that one you used?
    Did that slave set up work for long on that funny angle?
    Last edited by Futo_gt86; 31st December 2016 at 10:23 AM.

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    do you know what w5* one ? as there is many different forks. and it looks like you have the right short one, as all the others a longer.

    cheers

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    I found this info on Toymods
    http://www.toymods.org.au/forums/thr...ing-w55-fork-s

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    w55 style forks can be found on the following...
    notched = M, K (km36 G52), K A & T (only from 22spline T50), (shortest type) approx 113mm pivot to clutch slave
    straight = T (3tgte), G, C (ce71), (middle type) approx 118mm pivot to slave
    bent = R, S, C (cr30 G52), (longest type) approx 125mm pivot to slave



    I'm new to ToyoDIY, can someone please correct me if i'm wrong.
    I posted up in Toymods but weeks have gone past since then.
    Thanks.
    Last edited by Futo_gt86; 6th February 2017 at 05:03 PM.

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    I know with my niteparts bellhousing i had to use all t50 stuff. i originally bought a new W5# fork but was too long and t50 stuff all bolted up fine...

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