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Old 03-26-2007
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Help on Spec Stage II Clutch! Do I have everything???

Okay, so I wanna make sure I don't get a phone call out of the blue from the Ford dealer saying that the flux capacitating friction plate is missing...lol

Here's what I got out of the box, there wasn't a manual or parts list so this is what I'm working with...

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That was just a lil packet that had Spec vinyls, a note saying "Make sure you break in the clutch for 450 miles", and a lil expanding washer guy. It looked kinda like a copper wound gasket for my three wheeler exhaust.


Is it all there??
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looks like it
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I found a generic pic of the clutch kit off of the spec site.




Seems like it's all there, I guess*crosses fingers*
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may be a dumb question... but whats so good about this clutch, well let me rephrse it... whats the difference in it than a stocker.
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Info on Spec Stage II clutches from their site:

Types of Driving: Street, Drag, Pulling, Autocross

For all mild to moderately modified naturally aspirated and power adder engines. (Also good for stock power levels and spririted driving when good daily drivability and extremely long life are the goal.) Stock-like daily drivability and EXCELLENT wear characteristics.

High clamp pressure plate, pure Kevlar friction material and high torque sprung hub and disc assembly, bearing and tool kit.


I put a stage II clutch in my 94 Escort GT(way too much money invested into an escort!) and that sucker grabbed! The overall drivability of it felt 100% better with the grab and reaction of the clutch.
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is there a throwout bearing? in there i just put a new clutch in mine today and it came with one.
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nope, i saw that bearing in the generic pic but there isn't one to be found. Are they all the same or am I going to have to order Spec's part??
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So will a ford part work or do i need to order it from spec??
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you can get the throw out bearing from autozone or any autoparts store
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lol that blue thing you have in your hand in the one picture is the throw out bearing.
how it comes off... i don't know...
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I guess it's all there, I just contacted the dude I bought it from to check out this thread. If something is missing I can just buy it. I got an uber sweet deal on it so to shell out a couple extra bucks isn't a problem if I have to.
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^^^ Yeah, and where did this deal come from???? :)
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I found it on ORR classifieds.
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