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#633: 09-24-2012, 02:14 AM
 
 mrnix321
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Originally Posted by UTwrestler22 View Post
Alright alright. Single mass it is. Heres where im at now. I want the exedy stage 1 which i think is rated around 285 ft lbs. of torque. Any less and ill get the stage 2. But exedy says i "must" use their ff502 flywheel with their stage 1 kit but i found an aluminum fidanza sing mass for an 06 wrx for $215. Will the fidanza # 110251 work with the exedy stage 1 kit? Someone please give me a definite answer. Thanks.
I agree with Chad, Exedy and ACT are the way to go. As long as the findanza one is a oem replacement for the '06 WRX it should work fine. A couple pieces of advice....
1) it is always recommended to change the flywheel or have you factory flywheel resurfaced. Having a fresh surface for the new disc will allow both surfaces to "bond" properly, kind of like brakes and rotors. If you don't resurface it there will be a type of glaze left over from the last disc material and could potentially cause slipping issues for the new disc.
2)I spoke with Exedy a few months ago, which like Chad mentioned before make your factory clutch assembly, and they confirmed that dual mass flywheels cannot be properly resurfaced. So changing out your flywheel is the only real option and a replacement dual mass is $pendy.

I know the ACT flywheel will work with the Exedy clutch. Check out the links below and hit up EricTheRed to see what he can do for you on price and potentially an install. The ACT flywheel is the same one Chad and I both run.

http://www.rallysportdirect.com/ACT-...tLite-Flywheel
http://www.rallysportdirect.com/Exed...2009-Legacy-GT
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