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LSD (OЕМ), TODA Flywheel, TODA Clutch

Hi, there are new mods I have now

I haven't found any troubles after installation.
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A nice shopping list, i note your OEM LSD has a cast finish compared to the machined quaife ATB, not that that is a problem but its a visual difference that may come in on Ebay one day for some people!
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nice mods, what's the serial number of the oem lsd, is it for fn2, how much did you pay? how is it in driving with toda flywheel and clutch, is it not to nerveus with flywheel?

great mods!
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How the clutch pedal feel now after you installed toda vs OEM clutch?
Can you send me a picture with Mugen wheels, please?
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How the clutch pedal feel now after you installed toda vs OEM clutch?
Can you send me a picture with Mugen wheels, please?
Clutch pedal is hardly, but it's not critical - I feel comfortable in traffic.
It looks like oem clutch was soft for me.

My car pictures are here: http://www.civinfo.com/forum/gallery...-few-mods.html
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nice mods, what's the serial number of the oem lsd, is it for fn2, how much did you pay? how is it in driving with toda flywheel and clutch, is it not to nerveus with flywheel?

great mods!
LSD partnumber: 41200-PNT-003 - $700-$1100 (depends on your world location)
It's US Civic Si and FD2 part, they have LSD as standard.
Additionally, its good idea to install new LSD bearings.. (part #91005-PPS-003)

I don't see any problem with start and driving on streets after mods - оf course, the start is faster than before

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Very nice car and very very good mods
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I'm going to install similiar stuff Did you try to weigh STOCK FLYWHEEL vs. TODA FLYWHEEL and STOCK ORGANIC CLUTCH DISC vs. TODA?

As far I know, the stock FLYWHELL wieghts 4.720kg and TODA FLYWHEEL about 3.700kg - 3.800kg .
But I have no information about ORGANIC CLUTCH DISCS...
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