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Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Sat Jan 12, 2013 10:16 pm

My clutch is not engaging , whenever i press the clutch it goes down but doesnt come back up. The slave cylinder isnt leaking or anything and the pedal doesnt need adjusting. The car turns on but i cant put it into gear unless its turned off. If i try putting it into gear the car will start to move but the gear wont go fully in. The clutch "fork"( what disengages and engages the clutch) is kinda stuck and not putting any pressure on the slave cylinder. Am i going to have to replace my entire clutch pale Question Crying or Very sad
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Sat Jan 12, 2013 10:47 pm

it seems that my throw-out bearing popped out since its not applying any force to the fork arm
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by evo my evo on Sun Jan 13, 2013 7:03 am

Try bleeding the clutch, if the pedal goes all the way down and stays there most likely you have air on the system
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Post by WANTED on Sun Jan 13, 2013 7:22 am

Ducky_G wrote:it seems that my throw-out bearing popped out since its not applying any force to the fork arm

Can you move your clutch fork around by hand?

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Post by Evo_Joe on Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:32 am

Hit me up sometime bro, i have a ix mr myself. There isnt a problem you can have that i cant fix.
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Post by alloutEVO on Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:00 am

when did it start doing it? and was there anything changed on the car recently?

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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:39 pm

Hey...sorry I haven't posted any updates guys. Been busy with the car. So according The firestone place on lee Trevino, my pressure plate is all bent, this along with a messed up slave cylinder. I replaced the slave cylinder already and now im just gonna have to replace the entire clutch system. Whats a good brand for the clutch and should I go for a stage 2 or just a stage 1?
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:46 pm

They wanted to charge me $1400 to replace the clutch but my families mechanic told me he could do it for a lot less. Im taking the car in until Thursday of next week. So until then my car is out of commission. :/
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Evo_Joe on Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:30 pm

Okay first off, you dont drive a honda dont rate the parts in stages. For a regular daily driven evo you'll want an ACT MB7-HDSD. Its a full face disc for easy engagement and a decent pressure plate for ripping on it occasionally.
Secondly, i'm the best evo mechanic anywhere in town hands down. And i can tell you from experience that a mechanic that hasnt touched an evo before will blow seals doing a clutch job.
If you ever have an issue with your car bring it to me. I've been fixing cars that came from other local shops and even the one mechanic you might hear before you hear of me. Good guy, dont wanna bad mouth him on here.
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Post by evo my evo on Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:03 pm

Evo_Joe wrote:Okay first off, you dont drive a honda dont rate the parts in stages. For a regular daily driven evo you'll want an ACT MB7-HDSD. Its a full face disc for easy engagement and a decent pressure plate for ripping on it occasionally.
Secondly, i'm the best evo mechanic anywhere in town hands down. And i can tell you from experience that a mechanic that hasnt touched an evo before will blow seals doing a clutch job.
If you ever have an issue with your car bring it to me. I've been fixing cars that came from other local shops and even the one mechanic you might hear before you hear of me. Good guy, dont wanna bad mouth him on here.
When your mechanic messes your car up, you got my number... Call me
X2 he just did a clutch 2 Weeks ago. great guy, great prices.
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Wed Jan 16, 2013 1:11 am

Evo_Joe wrote:Hit me up sometime bro, i have a ix mr myself. There isnt a problem you can have that i cant fix.
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how much do you think It would come out to if I took the car to you, can you give me an estimate?
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Post by WANTED on Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:45 am

Evo_Joe wrote:Okay first off, you dont drive a honda dont rate the parts in stages. For a regular daily driven evo you'll want an ACT MB7-HDSD. Its a full face disc for easy engagement and a decent pressure plate for ripping on it occasionally.


Before you beat the kid up too badly, Exedy/Daiken sells it's single plate clutch kits in stages, and it sounds like that's what Firestone was offering him as it is the OEM equivelent.

Ducky, the ACT clutch he's recommending is pretty good and is better than the OEM.

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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Evo_Joe on Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:13 pm

500 for labor. Takes me two days since i'm in class. Fluids and parts are more. Either 3 quarts of mt90 or oem gl4 6speed fluid. But the oem is 150ish for a gallon. You'll also need oem tcase fluid which i have or you can buy since you need to change it every 7500miles its 65ish. When you get the clutch lemme know.


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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:49 am

Evo_Joe wrote:500 for labor. Takes me two days since i'm in class. Fluids and parts are more. Either 3 quarts of mt90 or oem gl4 6speed fluid. But the oem is 150ish for a gallon. You'll also need oem tcase fluid which i have or you can buy since you need to change it every 7500miles its 65ish. When you get the clutch lemme know.

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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Adriano_917 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:13 am

Tob clip common problem on evos!
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:48 pm

Adriano_917 wrote:Tob clip common problem on evos!
so ive heard Neutral
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:54 pm

I ended up going with an ACT....But thanks for all the help guys. I appreciate it.
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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Evo_Joe on Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:57 am

Full face or pucked clutch disc? What style pressure plate

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Re: Help! need quick fix on evo mr clutch

Post by Ducky_G on Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:37 pm

Its an ACT HDG6 6 puck
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