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s50 flywheel and clutch in 325 transmission?

I need to know it this will work ASAP..

im planning on putting an s50 flywheel and a sach's m3 clutch/to bearing/pressure plate in my trans..

will it work? will i need any other parts?

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anything else i should replace while im in there?

backup light switch?

im upgrading the slave to the m3 one..
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should work...

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should work...
should or will..

i know for a fact furious has experience with this..

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s50 yes, they are both getrag trannys, if its a bit pricey than dont bother, but if your getting it for a steal than go for it... ill have to look into the flywheels though, i thought they were relitively the same thing

reason i say is because there really isnt that much of a significant difference. if you want, save up and buy a LTW flywheel and clutch assembly, yes its more money, but you will actually have some form of performance gain.

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s50 yes, they are both getrag trannys, if its a bit pricey than dont bother, but if your getting it for a steal than go for it... ill have to look into the flywheels though, i thought they were relitively the same thing

reason i say is because there really isnt that much of a significant difference. if you want, save up and buy a LTW flywheel and clutch assembly, yes its more money, but you will actually have some form of performance gain.
I dont have enough for a LTW unfortunatly, the reason im switching to M3 is because its only about 50 bucks more, and is a significantly bigger clutch..

Also, i need a new flywheel as mine has 142k on it, and the only used ones (with reasonably mileage) i can find are M3 because so many people upgrade to LTW flywheels.

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This WILL definitely work.. flywheel and all

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This WILL definitely work.. flywheel and all
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Damn your car is looking good these days, nice cardomain.
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